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Full Cast And Crew Episode 27: Point Break

Full Cast And Crew

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Full Cast And Crew Episode 27: Point Break

"Have you ever seen stalking my Tarkovsky or coughs? That's nice light watch. Hundred sixty four minutes of deeply layered impenetrable Russian cinema. That was just that. I see for a long engagement. I really kick myself or not having gone because I'd only seen it on video before. Yeah. And you know, have their twenty minute long shots like them on the cart, the beginning writings after admit, I think that might have festival miss something. Because in the first longshot they referring to when they're on the little train car to travel into zone. I think that it actually is a really effective. It's not twenty minutes. First of all, it's maybe right? Two minutes for it's less than you. Right. But what happens is the audio track becomes manipulated about halfway through the train journey. And that's the indication that were traveling into the zone, right? It's a strange movie to watch. Because if you wrote the action down of what's taking place on the screen. It's you know, some guys go into a wooded area. Talk a lot something else with the guy's family. However, it is deeply emotional when you commit to it because it is about the deepest of human things in a way that visually rendered. I'm not very well versed in Tarkovsky. That's why I'm kind of trying to dabble a little bit. And some of these things to educate myself a little bit better. And everyone always was writing about his camera. The way the camera moves, and it isn't credible. The the way the camera is moving is telling you the story Chris here we are nother day in taping a beautiful day beautiful day here in New York City regret this sweater combo just because quite a choice. I think I look great. But just warmer outside. It's an interesting color. Cafe allay south the first substance that came to mind when I saw. That's as more about you than it. Does about my sweater. Go ahead. Welcome to full cast and crew were each week hosts Jason and Chris take a film stream. Fire mountain dew tagger blood tank tops. Then the whole thing has great. I thought at first you were going on the other direction to sort of get away from the testosterone. I tried my gosh, gravitates brilliant. That's a little sneak peek of what's to come. We're going to be talking about point break today. The only point break that exists which is the nine hundred ninety one version people might tell you, otherwise here's long you should report them before we get that have one piece of mail. Chris. I'd like to read kind of interesting people may have remembered that we did an episode on the brilliant nineteen ninety Sundance winning film chameleon street by Wendell b Harris junior a criminally neglected writer director, actor and one of my favorite movies from the era, very influential very much head of its time. Anyway, after the episode went up, we get the following Email. Greetings, just finished listening to your chameleon street podcast very insightful in well done. I'm a fan of the movie and Wendell as it happens. I am also one of those cast members you talked about never appearing in anything after maybe because I wasn't an actor to begin with. But the. Friend of one who had a part, and who called me the first day the hospital shoot was to begin asking me. What are you doing right now, they need somebody being as I was working at that same hospital. A few floors up getting to the shoot was easy. And because it was near lunch time, I figured what better way to spend a lunch hour, my boss agreed to let me take lunch a little early. And as I went towards the elevator. I said see you little while thirteen hours later. My scene was done. Fortunately, my boss was cool with it and junior resonant. Tom is forever part of film history? Though, I do not seem to recall any specific mention of him in the Sundance award presentation fame. I hope you've been in contact with window. And if you haven't been you should he's an elegant man and the world is missing out discussions like yours. What's needed to shine a brighter light on this on? I cut out the wrong part. Brighter light on you know, about a. On. Area and all that kind of stuff. Cheers, David standridge, new Berlin, Wisconsin, formerly of Flint, and then he also included a photo of and that's him right there in the scene where chameleon street is portraying a doctor and hospital who ends up performing hysterectomies like a lot a lot of them. So that was really great and unexpected and another related piece of chameleon street trivia, I was going through Twitter and searching for chameleon street references, and then replying to the same with. Hey, you might be interested. Check out our podcast and one of the references was Richard Brody. Who's a film reviewer for the New Yorker who takes some extremely controversial opinions. He sees through. You know, what society tells he's with Chris? He wrote a whole piece about why Istar is a missing under appreciated slice of filming genius and the viewers. Just don't get it. Anyway, this is an opinion that Chris wholeheartedly dares heartedly. I tweeted, Richard. He responded, positively to the idea of the commune St. episode. And then I think I tweet them a little bit on the issue. Our thing I don't know if he responded to that onto point break onto point break. We're here to talk about the ultimate ride, man. Kathryn Bigelow nineteen Ninety-one conic surfin Bank. Robbie epic kion who Swayze Busey vehicle point break with the development history stretching back to the mid eighties. It's yet another film cooked up from an idea hatched by a guy sitting on a beach in this case, one of the producers who while on a Malibu beach watching surfers had the genius thought. Hey, what those guys were Bank robbers so kids if you wanna be a big time Hollywood producer spend more time at the beach and sure you can done your critical wetsuit, Chris and call it as many critics have an exercise in stylish lung headedness or gorgeous, but dumb as a post, which is really mean thing to say about Kiana. Or even like, something scrambled by dry, California wind or if you feel particularly devoid of human feeling consistently dumb and sure it might well be all of those things. Okay. We get it. But when you're back on the sand having shredded that naral left with a pointedly, Swayze, referential, roundhouse cutback. You look deep inside that place that only boaty knows man, you'll step out of your iron coffin and Hewlett mitt once and for all that point break is the best movie about cops robbers surfing and skydiving that you're ever likely to see it's a movie that has the greatest foot chase ever filled. Not a car. Chase a foot chase any hack director can do a car chase here. The cars they drive around film them. How about doing a foot chase try that next time you make a movie it's a movie where a guy has a pit bull thrown at him as a weapon a movie where that same guy has his face two inches from the wording death of what must be the last gas. Powered front combine law mower model and all of Los Angeles. And Chris it's a movie where a skydiving sequence is actually beautiful and moving not kidding. For crying out loud. It's a movie where people in LA donuts fried shrimp and Meatball sandwiches, a movie where red hot chili peppers socks stuffer. Anthony Kiedis gets knocked out with one punch because he wouldn't show up for fight training during pre production. Are you not entertained, and if you ask us how many times you need to watch this conic classic movie after listening to this podcast? There's only one right answer. Gary, you're tall too. That's my take Chris. I mean, that's my intro. Let's take my takes do not necessarily reflect the but I mean, when we're talking point break ski something tells me, I. Not going too far. Look, I'm all in go ahead. Tear it apart? Do your thing. Do what you gotta do man. Okay. Yeah. It was. Okay. The foot. Chase was awesome. There's no two is about it. This is the first time that I had seen it God. And I'll tell you why. Because what do you mean? Why there's no why what do you mean? There's no reason. I mean, I know why. Okay. Go ahead. Just I don't like you on reefs. And I really thought that I might have changed and grown up as he's grown up. Because now he's gotten a lot of good. I really like even in something as what did you lung beautiful lung candid? Even still even in this preposterous idea. I a preposterous idea that I loved and I think yes, what do you mean of the former football player turned FBI agent hunting surfing Bank, robbers the idea that part of the story of where they came from is that this guy, Richard not rich, whatever he's a producer. He just need name. He's what if these circus circus surfers were Bank robbers, these Bank robbers, you go in ninety seconds. They just get enough that they can sort of surf on for a while. That's very cool idea. An interesting twist on the Bank robber stuff and Patrick's. He's awesome Foti is a character. It was like nicely non ironically, spiritual. Just strange now that we live in a goop era where branding charity and aimless spirit alive shooting at drums, but I liked that character they had just enough. But but I just can't buy new doing anything. I am disappointed in you, Chris because to sit here and criticize. Kion who's acting in point break is to be cut off yourself from a wonderful and human experience that you could otherwise have. That's like so not the point that I do like I did enjoy parts of it. And I will say that actually the ending actually didn't like. But then maybe it's because I'm an old man at this point. What do you mean, I live the character of Bodey? I thought that again, the quasi spiritualism mixed with extreme Bank robbing and jumping out of planes. I thought that was very interesting boy a lot of people are left dead in his wake and e is not mine when he's surfing in Australia and spoiler for once point break and maybe for two thousand fifteen because I couldn't actually make it to the end of that one. It does there's no such thing. Kiana catches him with handcuffs. But then he lets him go to have like one last surfing experience before going to jail, which I don't think was a privilege. He deserved again, you're searching and that he. Throws away his badge. Like, yeah. The F B I really screwed me. Yeah. Man, how it gave him like it paid him to surf for a month in surfing in that the beginning of that scene. He says you still surfing everyday, he's found something that he's looking for. He thought he founded in the FBI, but guess what man the life in service of the man is not living. Chris that's dying. Get busy living or get busy dying. I think someone said that once who probably wasn't a surfer. Okay. Was it in this? Let's just go back. We're not gonna start at the end unless you're some sort of meta narrative approach we want to begin at the end. That's not the kind of here to talk about. We'll get to memento not talking about Tarkovsky point break. Okay. We're talking about Kathryn Bigelow point break. All right. The first of the clips that we're going to take a look at is special agent Utah's introduction to the FBI and he's playing opposite. The great and historically seen stealing John C McGinley especially legend, John Utah day, number one. L A. Welcome aboard going over your personnel records. Very impressive. Thank you, very well have been in the top two percent of your classic Quantico. But quite frankly, sun out here, you have exactly zero hours of experience in the field. You know, nothing. In fact, you know, less than nothing even knew that you knew nothing that'd be something. But you don't just serve. This is. Thank robbery you are now in the Bank robbery capital of the world thirteen hundred and twenty two last year LA county twenty six percent from the before. That's correct. And we nailed over one thousand we now the bed guys Utah by crunching data. Good crime scene, work, good lab, work and most importantly, good database analysis, especially in Utah. Are you receiving my signal zero distortion, sir? Your real blue flame special on sun. Young dumb and full of calm. But I don't know is how how you got yourself assigned out here to Los Angeles with us. I mean, I guess we just must have ourselves an asshole shortage. Not so far. There is literally not another actor on the planet more right for this role at this time, then Mr. Keanu Reeves who kills that scene in every scene that he's in. Yes, he's not necessarily the Brando of film actors. Okay, we can dispense with that right away. That's not what he's there for Chris. He's he's a movie star. He's not an actor. Okay. There's a difference. Right. Yeah. Guess what do you mean, you guess the doer mutually exclusive they go, and they can be. There are people who are movie stars. Who are not dynamic expressive amazing virtuosic varies. He's a little bit to express you almost a caricature to me. That's the point. I guess he's playing someone who is coming to the FBI and coming out of law school because the part that's true. When he tells Tyler is that he has been living his life for somebody else. All this time. But only through exposure to Bodey does he realize that he needs to live for himself. Chris. That's why at the end of the movie he gives it up. Okay. Now, I get it. You're having the same reaction. My wife had we watched movies. She was all excited to sit down and watch it, and then thirty seconds in after about this scene. She was like standing up nervously pacing around the room because it makes her really nervous and uncomfortable when there's bad acting, and she couldn't do it. She was like, oh my God. He's terrible to talk about the movie seriously for a second. You have to put it in its time. Okay. In one thousand nine hundred eighty one I think this was a very different type of action movie than we had seen before. I think that the action movie heroes that had come before this were hyper macho almost cartoonish Lee swollen gun shooting alpha males of the highest order. Now, this is a very testosterone movie. As my wife pointed out at some of the fire campfire scenes where like Bodey is punting. And there's like a girl literally like petting him. And like saying nothing like yet, the characterizations of women for a movie directed, by woman are pretty pathetic. But I think the choice of Kiana is actually really interesting for the time. I think the choice of Lori petty is really interesting for the time, and she would not be cast in this movie. If a man was directing because you're talking about a California surf scene Baywatch went on the air one year before this movie, and you know, that the typical casting would have been some Amil Anderson type, and they didn't go that direction. I agree with that one hundred percent I loved the characterization of surfers instead of sort of blissed out, California stereotypes everybody was this to me doesn't like ninety sorta like sort of edgy even like the fifteen year old kid at the surf shop who's Utah Guthrie. He's like he's like the home alone kid gone back. I enjoyed all the things that made it different. And you're absolutely right. I'm sure at the time the idea of having this villain who they didn't treat it like his spirituality was ally. Or oh over on totally the opposite. That's still kind of cool hilarious beginning of the movie is Kiana in the pouring rain. It's a book end Chris at the end. He's in the pouring rain. But he's a different, Dan. I didn't even think about that that some sort of Quantico FBI shooting course, because of course, FBI agents get into a lot of shootouts. And if you know that Chris they don't just arrest, Felicity Huffman and Laurie Laughlin in their Los Angeles mansion, right? Hey, go out into the field and they fire weapons. And then we he gets introduced to the bureau and his heart asked chief played bite Johnson McGinley, the male version of Jones who steals every single movie. He's ever been in office space office phase, of course, show good in that, so brilliant, and he's getting everything is. Yeah. Isn't he platoon platoon as well that I didn't realize I could have made that up. I think he's in. That he's been in so many good movies. It's gotta be almost thirty or forty years. Now. It's just one of those guys he's reliably seen chewing in every performance. I think that in one thousand nine hundred one it's a different kind of action movie. I think that the casting is fantastic. I think Kiani ill. It's like it's so pointless to discuss whether he's a good actor or not because that's not what he's on the screen for he's a movie star in a different way. So yes, the line readings can be wooden. He. Yes. The access to emotions can be non-existent again all that. But man, he seems like a fun. Hang he seems like someone you'd love to sort of drive around and get shrimp and fries with at a Los Angeles beach shack, even though that's not a thing or donuts or Meatball? Subs. Doughnuts are huge LA. Like, the kind of bullshit donuts that our colleague Brian eats doughnuts with Mero doughnuts with all kinds of shit that you shouldn't have on a Donut. But they are real don't. I think they do. They're known for their donor. Shops like we don't have Donut shops here anymore. Did you see tangerine couple years ago? No, you haven't. Tanger- see the obscure indie movie tangerine the one that was shot on an iphone, but LA's a big Donut town. It's also the Bank robbery capital of the world or America. Whatever it is. The script is hilarious because it just ping pong around so much ridiculous shit that you can attack. The movie is gonna be very hard for me to mount defensive film that doesn't really pay attention to any of the details doesn't really worry so much about like the actual plot mechanism. Why were here to do what we're here to do? Like what I would take that. But he's actually. What's really interesting about? It are the few things that are sort of different and stand out and yet some of the music cues in the way that things are playing out some of that dialogue feels very quick one liners or cast boom get to the end of the scene in a way that seemed very ninety. Well, I think that it also pre-stages a type of movie that I'm fascinated by as we talked about before I'm not a big fan of the live action marvel superhero movies, but I am a big fan of the fast and furious franchise. I go to see it in the theater, and it's such an eye wash of spectacle. Like, everything is just polished an in your face, the cars, everything is just it's it's like, hyper overload. But the other thing in fascinated by in this movie's script kind of reminds me of it is it's sort of purposefully bad in execution like the writing the acting. It doesn't have to be quote, unquote. Good in the way, we would talk about another movie that we might sit and be in. Meshed in. I am in meshed when I watched point break because I love it so much. I'm not watching it. Ironically, I am watching you in appreciation of how cheesy some of the things are. But I wonder if like in the fast and furious franchise do they have to kind of work to make the script kind of bad, the dialogue, hackneyed and Corney. Does someone have to make a passerby like actual too subtle to good? Or is it just like you hire the right guy who's not capable of doing anything other than that? I guess it depends on where the came from and who came up with the mind VIN diesel. I was. I've got a car, and I'm willing to film in it over the movies. He has his character. Dominic. Toronto has a like on again off again, love affair with character. Letty who's played by Michelle Rodriguez and in New York Times article couple years ago that I think about this article maybe once a week or once every two weeks because it's still strikes me as one of the more ludicrous statements ever committed to history. He said part of the reason people love the fast and furious movies is that the love story between Dom and letty is one of the greatest love stories in the history of cinema Pugh. Only that down a million percent. Maybe it wouldn't have like seeing show insane. Point breaks in action movie. But for me it's elevated both because I think the originality of the setup and the construct. Yeah, I think that like you were saying the concept of the surfers being criminals like, you know, you're in you're in the underbelly of Los Angeles here, and the truthfulness of that I think comes through in the locations in the setting even though people ordering fried shrimp and French fries and Meatball sandwiches in LA, which would just never happened, except if you were palling around with a particular slice of fried genius named Gary Busey who we meet after Chianti does his FBI training scene is introduced to us getting ready to pool work. Yeah. They're put on the blindfold wanna see to retrieve at least two bricks off the bottom of an appeal for twenty two years fired peace over nineteen times in the line of duty. I got no idea. What a blonde man fetching bricks from the bottom of the pool has got to do with being a special agent at into which indignity. I have been saddled with some blue flame. Quantico cat some quarterback punk Johnny unites or something. Should they pull? Yeah engine. Here's your gun. Angelo Pappas punk quarterback punk. Welcome to see world kid. Two bricks coming up. That's so great. You see is fucking fantastic in this movie. He is so all in he is committed and his intelligence and his presence in the scenes. I get what you're saying. Kiana was a scene partner. I imagine it's probably a horrifying and frightening thing to contemplate as as a trained actor, right? But in that scene, I always thought his little wave. He gives a funny. Humorous little wave to me that shows you that knows what's going. I really did reacts for funny and Beauce e and Swayze are both so committed that I think they have chemistry with Keanu. Now. That's kind of another thing that I think is kind of cool about the movie is that Canada's character, obviously has chemistry with Busey in the classic result own washed out cop and the eager newcomer. But even that they manage to imbue with some freshness. And some of the crackle that you want when you have that kind of odd couple pairing. Yep. And then when he meets Bodey, and listen, whatever you wanna say about the movie swayze's performance. It's a thing of beauty. It's got depth. It's got intelligence. It's got sincerity. He means it and his character is a real person even in an unreal movie. What you were talking about how the script is potentially. You know, dumb. Patrick Swayze does not allow any judgment to enter into his add characterization as serious and real as it would have been if this were much more serious or much better. And that makes it and seeing Gary Busey like this. Let's not pretend he's Daniel Day-Lewis. But on the other hand, oh, he was good in his day. He was good. He was great at it. He's a good actor. I just had completely forgotten. How much lost it's easy to forget bowl cast and crew was brought to you by two different guys on a bench a new comedy series from American vandal star Ryan Flanagan two different guys on a bench. Where Ryan talks to Ryan on bench. We keep the comedy simple, folks. Judah from guys on a bench videos can be found now on Facebook at chocolate comedy like and follow Chuck ller for the latest and greatest, Sean. Perform comedy videos chuckle original comedy delivered daily. We worked with Gary for a few years on TV series that we produced memorable years. Gary famously had a motorcycle accident, I think a year or two before the filming of this movie. And I think that this movie was one of his first movies of back after treatment in rehab, pretty serious motorcycle accident. I think he had a pretty serious drug and alcohol problem that may be contributed to the motorcycle accident. I believe he had a brain injury. As a result of the motorcycle accident, at least in later years that was certainly cited as a reason for some of his controversial behavior that we experience. Yes. But by and large we experienced mostly the bizarro hilarious side of working with Gary which had its own own set of rules. The show that we're working on required. That cast members watched videos and be prepared to talk about them. And the video is always had multiple story beats and these were comedic viral videos half the cast comedians the other half, we're sort of BCS b list actors who had. She had brushes with the law. And that's why they were commenting on funny. Clips of people doing illegal things. Maybe it gets them cast members where they wouldn't actually watch videos, and they would show up and be funny and their lack of knowledge about what they were talking about. We would make work all cast members. Man, they prepared. They brought in props but Beauce e had a unique way of doing it. He didn't wanna watch any of the videos what he wanted was that are L A based producer Austin would have to take Gary out for cheeseburgers, at shutters on the beach in Santa Monica, which if you know is one of the nicer hotels, and it was an expensive lunch. So Austin take Gary out for cheeseburgers. And while Gary would be eating these greasy, Hugh, you can imagine he's got the big mouth. He's cramming at full of cheeseburgers and French fries and whatever else as Gary's eating cheeseburgers Austin with tell him about the clips so in the first clip Gary guy walks into store, and he would live on go. Yep. Yep. And Austin would basically give a supposed- working knowledge over lunch of what the twenty clips were that the following day. Gary was going to go into the studio and make comments. This is a two day processors on four filming. This is Gary could absorb the information and come up with material. And so then they would tape the following day and Gary on camera, and if you watch a few of the making of point break things, you can see this Gary talking beside a beach somewhere alternately making total sense and even poetic sense at other times drifting off into complete random stuff that has nothing to do with what you're there to talk about. And that's exactly what the experience of working with him would be like, and it was kinda great because we never needed him actually to know the material. Right. So in this era. He's funny. He's someone you care about he's forty seven in this movie. I loved it descriptors like working Bank robbery for twenty two years. Wow. Who is a product you get out of high school? They'll say to the police academy. That's what two three years and one year as a flat foot in the uniform, and then Bom twenty five year old Bank robbery detective, this is pre Wikipedia. So they got stuff wrong like. Someone references carnival wax is a surfboard wax, which it's not it's an edible like wax. It's like us to make candy, shiny and stuff. They're all gonna lax sex wax, candle wax earwax. Like the same thing. So good. This is a funny clip. You just play a little of the science when they're looking for a break on the ex-president's. Finally, get a breakthrough science. This is a hilarious bit of completely nonsensical claptrap that nonetheless works and savings and loan guard grabbed LBJ's pony town twenty eight robberies and what we get from it. One fucking Angela pay. Attention is going to be a test afterward. Lavish showing traces of toxins in the hair. Selenium, titanium arsenic. The beaches are always been closed because away spills, right and surfers territorial. They stick mostly to certain breaks. If we can get some hair samples and get a match at a certain beach. We'd know which break the president serve. By this. No, no. But let's do it. Anyway, it will bug this shit at harp. My man, I don't know. Coming around now while scenes again, what time is great when he waits you buy any of this. He waits just long enough doesn't he Chris as an actor choice? And how about Kiani in that seen a lot of exposition to get through a lot of information. There's a lot that he's doing. Yeah. It might be easy to criticize. But I think he's making a little pretty easy. I don't know he talks about surfers like their otters surfers. They're known to be very territorial. And they only breed in the springtime and they leave their eggs. That's true, sir. I do have localism, which is they have these breaks and specific beaches if you were to show up with your board, you would get a down. So he's right about that thing. What is in the thing is jerk. What isn't a thing is the concept that the water in Santa Monica, which is like two miles from the beach Malibu would somehow contain highly specific toxins not contained. It's the same ocean. Okay. We're on the same stretch of each year. We're not that far away. We're not talking like, Oregon to California. They're all these toxins in the guy's hair. Like, he should go a doctor to oh my God. You know, there's a lot of movies. And this movie means something to a lot of people. And there's a reason why and I think when you look at Kiani won- screen. Yes. I agree. It's hard to almost think of another. I can't think of another actor whose had the career. He's had with the set of skills. He has well like you said there is there is an inference movie starring actor and some people like you like somebody or I just don't like watching. He's always good in every single thing. He's a frequent movie star. I do think that the Lori petty casting is really no worthy. She's so great in this era. She's confident acerbic he's kind of like the puppy dog following around like just hoping for a scrap of attention. So they kind of flip it a little bit in a way. Cool. This is the funny scene where the first thing that I thought was hilarious was the concept of anyone eating fried, shrimp and French fries in California. But maybe that's more common. Not being a surfer myself knows what those people subsist on in their territory. They'll find. Shrimp shack shrimp shack. What do you want shrimp and fries? I mean what you want? Why do you keep hanging around here? I need you to teach me give me a break. Give me a break. Shrimp of fries. Go you don't understand? I'm gonna learn to surf or break my neck. What is it all of a sudden bet this bug that you just have to go surfing? This is a line, right? My whole life. I've done things for other people in high school, I played football because my old man. Expect me to. And my parents always figured out good law school. So I did football scholarship five big really long time. So I'm the hero to my folks. Right. But two years ago they were killed in car wreck. Can't imagine it your whole life changes. And I suddenly realized that all my goals had been their goals, and I hadn't been living my own life. All right, okay. Tomorrow here. You are one minute late. I'm gone. I'll teach you a few things. And then after that you're going to be. You can't be a bad actor and being a scene with an actor as good as Lori petty and have her have so much to react off of as she doesn't that seen her? I'm movement. That's because was giving that to her when they did that what's what's the where they've cut away. She might actually Patrick would you mind just filling in for that? He wasn't opposite. He wasn't doing Dhillon. He would have been willing to do you mind? Actually, do you have apple box. It's really well made the way the camera moves the atmospherics the lighting, I'm reminded of Ridley Scott, or Tony Scott, which everyone uses all the smoke, which is just used to give this kind of like cinematic effect. And I think Ridley wasn't Ridley attached to one of them, and your I also confused the to Ridley, Scott, but. Listen, not drop. The fact. That he is a sociopath emotionally manipulating her and lying on the job. Man. That's on the job on the job. If he was that much of a professional. He would not spoil it for nineteen ninety one point break begin a love affair with at that moment that you just saw. Now, he's not beginning a love affair at that point. He still using her for access to the surfer crew. So in the scene that follows they serve he falls the kind of start to have a little chemistry together. And then that's when he gets his first look at Bodey, and there's also the worst like nineties metal song that can you play a little of whatever that is. Gyros at this. I'm sure Matt can explain it to us aid this map, the engineer. So Jason I wouldn't refer to the song by the band wire train heavy metal. It's more along the lines of alternative rock, perhaps you're thinking have metal because the soundtrack contains a couple of tunes that might be more considered hair metal or glam metal one in particular by the pan rat. Best known for the song round and round. They included the song nobody rise for three which was actually the last two recorded together for decades. And also contains a song by the band, Elliott guns. Maybe best known for the song the ballad of Jane, this was van formed by Tracy guns. He was in a band with axl rose. And that's where we get the name guns and roses anyway back to you guys. But then she points out Bodey, and she goes guy's even crazier than you. Johnny like based on what the he doesn't order shrimp and fries like who even wants eat shrimp in as afternoon lunch meal. I don't get it. I don't like shrimp. I don't get people who eat shrimp, and I certainly don't wanna eat fried shrimp. You know? No. But. Okay. So anyway, then they go to the beach the great beach football scene. If you're gonna have a nationally recognized sports hero, maybe send him undercover as a college football star. Which even I know like, oh, those are for some reason. Celebrities, it's ninety one it's before the internet. You could I Google a guy. We'll get the microfiche very effective turn the way it was revealed from Bodey and him drawing Johnny in the way that Johnny through that. I wanna play our first Bodey clip here. This is after they've vanquished a team of localized surfers those guys. Not see assholes guy. You dropped his bunker Weiss. The big one is war child, aka Lipton. Pitman? I think there's some kinda death squad around here program brings a wide wrong just bad shit like what legal shit. Maybe I don't know. That's not what I'm talking about. They only live to give radical. They don't have any real understanding of the cease of the never get the spiritual side of. Hey, you're not gonna start chanting anything. Might you still haven't figured out? What writing is all about? It's a state of mind place where you lose yourself. And you find yourself, you don't know it yet. But you got it right there. That's all you with those guys your pit bull. You didn't hesitate and they didn't back down. And that is very rare in this world, thanks for stepping in. You can't say enough about what an incredible screen actor Swayze was to me. This is peak Swayze. This is his greatest roll. Like, you said before he's all in on what the character and that scene has so much belief. I'm always struck with that seeing we're count as working him and trying to say like we'll stuff and swayze's like what? No, I don't know. That's the real acting. There's something going on there. Other than just saying a line. He's deflecting something he doesn't know about key on his character. Yeah. And he's also a golden God. I mean, he was in peak shape looking at him and thing like, you know, Jason memo is great and all, but we did not have a Patrick Swayze aqua movie, and that is a crime when you watch some of the making of stuff and you watch him interviewed around the time. He so different than this character. When you watch Kiana talking he's pretty much the same as he is in the movie in the chair talking about the movie, but when you look at Swayze talking he's nowhere like body at all. It's almost chilling. So like weird to watch him in these things and in its own way. It's like a love story between those two guys the relationships that John Utah has in the movie are always grounded in like love and mutual self respect, even with Angelo pompous, even with Lori petty old hackneyed line, though, it is like just working job. And then I fell in love. But it's for real. Yes. But he's with her. I just don't think those relationships can be entirely plausible in believable in the movie in the way that they are if those actors were getting nothing back giving them something like what you said the kind of love between them, and it does have to do with Johnny's searching for something. Right. And he is searching for something with everybody and Bodey sees that there's a secret and he thinks that. Yes. The spiritualism that he had found with the C might be what Johnny fines and Pappas likes kion who's sort of drive. You wants to impress Pappas, and he wants to impress some Lori petty. Yeah. Tyler. So there is something consistent McCarron, even though he's not my favorite screen presence. It's not so overstated it just it's an engine running in the background 'em in there. Some interesting funny guys in the full cast and crew a couple of the guys in swayze's crew, one of whom bizarrely liter Jason from Oz. Do you? Remember is these show nearly Jason Jemaine guy and ause like the incarcerated for a drunk driving accident or something, and he doesn't really belong in this violent prison, and he's the most like NEB itchy white milk toast guy. Yeah. But in point break, he's the fearsome killer that Bodey turns Tyler over to the movie spent a lot of time with Bodey describing just how much of a sociopath. Rosie is long black hair. He's all buffed out. He's one of the guys one of my favorite nineties actors, James, la-, gross. Love him, James, the gross. He looked like Klaus Kinski with the long longhaired had been shot and sort of snarling. He's trying to shoot back. When they take Johnny skydiving the second time. He's like, what do you think about it Giannetta like they're having the big win machine blown like if you look at the making of they show, the contraption, they built like doc. It's like a sequence of cantilevered arms. Kind of like these podcasting things what are these called standard arms? And it's like all five of them on their own little stands, and then the cameras on its own stand to which is why it can float with them. And that's how they did the close up shot. Yeah. But man, I love James, the gross. He was such a great presence in the night. He gets he's never stopped working since the eighties. Really? Yeah. I also really love him in a obscure nineties movie called my new gun where he plays opposite. Diane lane really worth checking out is it about it's about my new gun your new garner. Who's now Debbie Jones lives drastically change after they get a gun. Their mysterious neighbor. Skippy becomes an important transforming figure in their lives is just always kind of reliably fun and worth seeing. I saw him in something relatively recently. How did this get made did an episode on something called solar babies which Mel Brooks had produced and it was meant to be another Star Wars thing. I guess is about a post apocalyptic got made or never got me to world where kids real reformatories that Charles turning. Ran and they had kind of a roller derby death thing and James gross. Like the nerdy guy. It's not aggressee one of those babies or is he one of his solar babies. Yeah. Because then they go on a quest. So they weren't technically babies there were no long. I think they had been born was he like babies telly Savalas kind of babies or was it. These are the kids born after like died or. Oh. Something like that eighty five or something like that another fun guy in bodies surfer crew is a guy that I just looked up because he was kind of charismatic and then when I saw the making of stuff he's kind of a an older poor man's, Tom Cruise, this is John Philbin. He plays the really buffed out guy. What's his name in the movie wasn't the Daniel in the move Faneuil? Yeah. So kind of good know, he's got a little something. Let me see what else he's worked on since. Then so us in a few things he was in tombstone. He's in a couple of things. Then as you know, listen, man, it's Hollywood. Okay. It's a tough game. You wanna stay in the game? You're gonna end up doing some stuff. Now, it seems like he's got about fifteen years of softcore porn movies under his belt. So this is one two thousand one's perfect fit in which he played Monty. This is the greatest log line ever, an aimless young man turns to murder in order to satisfy the desires of his new girlfriend, a narcissistic blue Jean fetishists they stole my idea. But it's funny. If you look at the making of point break stuff. That the guy is in there, and he's just so happily cheerfully himself. I guess like a guy who spent a lot of his time on software movie sense being the guy prior to that the thing that I noticed about John Philbin about John Philbin. And I don't know if his father's Regis Philbin or not that he was in children of the corn talk about sunshine, or whatever the. A sequel to solar babies I found point breaking looking at the page, and they would say, oh, this isn't the th-annual. This is this is bold. This is Jim twenty years. Everybody's got a new headshots I forgot to do. So so looking at the children because he played Amos. And I'm like, well, he was eight or would only children of the corn kid. I remember is like the red haired kid the red hair his name July US July US because the main kid is Malachi Malachi kid, but I think the red haired one is played by Jake Busey. I kept thinking that it was the guy who replaced Anthony Michael hall as rusty in the you're in the vacation movies, and no matter how many times, I clicked refresh. It would interesting somebody he planted a worm in the internet to avoid figuring out some things that Swayze turned down apparently turned down six million dollars to play Johnny castle in a dirty dancing sequel. And I watched this video frame. I'm by frame to confirm this, and I couldn't get a clear shot. But apparently, he is a dancer in the TOTO music video Rosanna from nineteen eighty eighty-two Swayze, which is an iconic music video remind our listeners who don't remember that. I gotta gang fight between two plaid wearing Reaser types. While TOTO plays inside a chain link fence in some unspecified urban ish landscape and Rosanna is a red dress wearing blonde who toys with all the boys and sets off the fight us. So it doesn't involve roller skating does not have getting unfortunately, I remember when he did like a Barbara Walters special. They were showing clips of different things that he had been in. And I recognize that the been in mash and great mash out, but I do remember the thing about like how his dancing chops for dancing, and then they showed him like dancing on roller skates. Assuming that's skate town USA trained, ballet dancer. These mother was a dance instructor. Right. You know, who else was a I didn't realize who had whole career. Clear as a walking, even my mind even ads Mickelson no man's mix. The Christopher Walken. But yeah, he was he had a whole career as a dancer. I did not note. I think he was a ballet dancer. Yeah. Who knew raking news mother did Chris. I wanna play you another conic Swayze moment. They'll tell me relax Foti. He's a fucking federal agent shot him when I had the chance I'll deal with that. No rosie. You realize that we have thirty banks in three years, and they have been able to touch. All this does is up the stakes of the game the stakes potently. I mean, the only person that Sogame to zoom. And this is real this is serious shit in. I am scared. Okay. So I say we get the fuck outta here. Now tonight run you die. Come on think about it. Never about money for us. He was about us against the system that system that kills the human spirit. We stand for something to those did souls inching along the freeways and their metal coffins. We show them that the spirit still alive. So you trust me. Don't worry about this guy. I know exactly what to do with him chills. Man. That's a pretty good scene because the fact that they call it like, yeah, we just frigging shoot him or get rid of him or run. But you buy what little you have of everybody else's character. Like there's enough going in there. And you could see how Bodey explains it kind of makes sense. The skydiving sequences are amazing. And I think the first skydiving sequence, which is what happens right after the scene. We just played and in this point in interesting tension exists because they all know he's a federal agent, but they play out a scenario as if he's still welcome in their gang. And this is just something fun that they do. But there's a tension in the plane where they do the little thing where they switched parachute packs because he wants to know who packed his chute and Bodey says oh here take mine, and then they start sweating around. But then that first great sequence of the way the music is it's beautiful music. They come together in that circle. Other falling. I've always moved by that scene. And I think what's cool about the movie that scene, even though everyone knows who everyone is now, but the scene is still real between them. They still have this incredible moments guide having together. And the movie allows for that to happen. And then the more messy uncomfortable truth to happen after the fact this is where body starts to tip over. No, I can't deal it on the road. And you're going to are no phones shit out of luck. I hate this, Johnny. I really do. I hate foreign. That's why I need Rosie. I could never do that, man. I can never hold a knife to Tyler stroke. She was my woman. We shared time. Rosie is a. Mechanism. You know, what you said emotion he will not stop. He's got this gift the blank nece. But when three o'clock comes he will get her like a pig and try not to get any on his shoes. And there's nothing I can do about unless I get there. It makes us partners because we both have the same goal to get me where I need to go right for all the we had said about ody's a pretty good guy. And you know, you really is spiritual. No, there's a kind of it's not a conscious hypocrisy, but there's definitely a let's say a dramatic conflict within him. Well, I think that he's willing to do what he needs to do in pursuit of the goal which yes ultimately is a selfish goal. Ultimately, the character of Bodey is stripped of the pretense that this is all an act against society as the bodies begin to pile up the Bank robberies Algo without a hitch. No one no one's been harmed in any of the robberies up until the cop on the floor pulls a gun and shoots boaty in the final Bank robbery scene. And then that police offers is killed other. People are killed that sets in motion the esscalation which results in Tyler being held captive by Rosie and them trying to get these guys onto the skydiving plane. Again, and ultimately the famous scene where you see Swayze saying, I know. I know you won't be bad as I sit in your mouth, but not this time. Honey. And he jumps out of the plane with a parachute. I will say I don't think anybody besides Kiana Reeve would have been able to pull off jumping out of a plane issue. Wouldn't have heard of him that is dangerous. Well, that's a famous shot because it's really Patrick Swayze jumping out of a plane in real time famously in the production Swayze got heavily into skydiving. It was jumping like fifty times until the producers in the insurance company got wind, and they were like you have to stop doing that. And so they made him stop. But that shot was captured after they, of course, in the way, the bean counters, they're like, no, more skydiving. We must get to the conclusion of filming. So I think either James Cameron news producing this who's married to Kathryn Bigelow or the producers told him if you stop skydiving now once we're done with principals Dorothy, you can go again. And I think that's when they filmed that famous shot of him where you can see there's there's no stunt double while. But I think he's in some other skydiving seems pretty clearly there's one where he does like that that double pike. Like, I don't think that's a double. I tried to read as much as I could. And see and it sounded like maybe there were some other shots the. Used of him because it looks very much like him. And it's not shot on the apparatus. Yeah. So maybe it was the same thing. I don't know. Yeah. One of the things in the Bank robbery before that. I love this thing in movies, which contains two of the all time, great dumb movie tropes that don't exist in real life. One is that if you're ever a Bank robber. And you get your way into the vault through extreme cleverness, the Bank makes it very easy. They have a shelf setup and on the shelf all the money is just laid out right there on the shelf. So that you can unzip your duffel bag and put all the cash, they don't have the money locked away inside the ball. Because why let's just put it on a shell. If you've demonstrated enough cleverness Dadfar, it's yours. The other thing I love it has a bulletproof vest ripping scene, which is our guy gets shot. And then the reveal that our hero is not dead is done through pop the buttons show the vest with like three slugs in the middle. Suddenly so hot. Shot. I'm not gonna open my shirt. Okay. Those are two great movie things. Also love before this scene where they're all in the plane and James the grossest shot and before all that happens. I think there's a moment where he where John Utah reunites with Pappas, and he's like Tino where they're going and Canada's line is Santa Monica airport fast. Thank you need to add the fast, we get it. We're. One funny line. I was I was defending this movie to my wife as we were watching it, and I walk I ordered the line people will be talking about this movie in one hundred years to which she retorted you shouldn't have a podcast if that's what you think. To which I retreated. Listen, there's a lot of other reasons why I should have cast. But okay, I'll class action against this show. God. Well, you know, part of the reason why we're doing this is people are like eight amaze me like how much people love this. And I had never the shooting in the air. So good rather? I had seen it out of communist Harry did parodied in hot fuzz. Did you see the Simon Pegg Nick frost? I mean, looking of course that was. But at the time, I was always obvious. Bobo do love. See if they let the camera. Go shoots up there. He's just lays there for five minutes the bullets end up down. Do. It's one of the funny things that Keanu has which is like he has an inner ticket nece to him that his characters acknowledge, right? This is a really hilarious one. That would just one more. We have to play. This is when Lori petty discovers him, we have to have this moment in any film, like where the love interest gets up in the middle of the night to take a pill or something and happens to discover his gun and badge, which I guess he just left lying around like the banks leave cash lying around the vault. And so she comes creeping into the room. You lied to me. Put the gun down. I'll bet you lied about everything. Bet you lied about your parents. Is the truth? Johnny. Did your parents die in car accident? Live in Columbus, Ohio. I work Bank robbery guys after surfers needed. You at first you don't you have. So. Look, I fucked up. Okay. I know fucked up a wanted to tell you, but I couldn't I was afraid leave good guess huh. Fuck. Why can I see what really mean? Maybe I would have told you the truth. But I was afraid you would not want to be with me if you knew the truth what's great about as you can imagine Kathryn. Bigelow working many many times to do the scene without all the exposition. Instead, she's like, let's just have you are ticketed. Exactly, what your inner dialogue. Maybe that'll work. If you if you could convey with your face, the idea that this is exactly what you were afraid of happening. Take one hundred sixty two. Okay. You know, what let's just spell it out. I was afraid that if I told you you would leave me good guess and then when he's like. Why can't I ever say what? So good. But it's so good. You know, what you're with him in the moment. He's like us, Chris he's every inarticulate guy. I mean, he doesn't speak. Well, all the time is that a crime in this man's world. I know it's obviously not a crime that man's world. Full casting crews brought to you by out of Jack's mind. A new comedy short video series from jackpot Nick co writer and director of the Sony. Pictures feature film space station, seventy six and current recurring guest on Grayson, Frankie and see nation out of Jack's mind like in follow at chocolate comedy on Facebook or chocolate dot com. Chocolate original comedy delivered daily. This goes to the alternate Cal. Let's go into our new segment. This is a new segment that we're going to debut, which is called in a hilariously on point, title, alternative casting. Maybe it's computer voice, like bloop, spitting out these actor would fit role, and then as a fishing line like for nasty, and I like that. Back. So anyway, this is our new segment where we are going to delve into the alternative casting the world that might have been and I defy you. Chris to tell me that this is a better world in the one. You just enjoyed. So alternative Johnny Utah's as we said, the movie was originally going to be directed by Ridley Scott in one thousand nine hundred six with hold your breath, Matthew Broderick in the Johnny Utah role and Charlie Sheen as Bodey I would have liked to have seen that do you mean that you would have liked to have seen the train wreck that that inevitably? What are you in one thousand nine hundred six that's when fares Buehler's day off came out? So that's the Martin. That's the that's the Matthew Broderick. You've been seeing. Okay. Matthew Broderick has Johnny Utah. Football star turned FBI agent and Charlie Sheen as surf guru, stroke ringleader. Bodey? No that would have worked. I mean Broderick does have the Nayef quality that I guess it would have been a different kind of like, you know, I it would be a fish out of water story as opposed to what we got here. And instead of football star probably would have been delete team, captain, okay? Also considered for the role of. Johnny utah. Would the movie have been better with a better actor in the Johnny Utah role or with the movie have lost something one of the people considered was Johnny Depp? Who I think you will admit in addition to being a big movie star is a talented actor who has depth and layers, and can do many many different things I would say so now would you buy Johnny Depp? As as Johnny Utah in a way that you think would have improved this movie. Yes. Yeah. I think I think I would have I think of the kinds of characters he's played with Tim Burton. Yeah. You know in the in the sort of oddness in quirkiness that to me could have substituted in for the sort of woodenness and strange distancing thing that that brings I guess one man's witnessed and strange. Distancing thing is another man's manna from heaven. Yes, how about Val Kilmer as special agent, Johnny Utah loved it. Would you like that would've loved that? I love how he would have been good. But I think Val Kilmer is great and was great in many things in this era like ninety ninety one Val Kilmer. I wonder if he would have been able to share the screen deferentially in the way required of Johnny Utah. Johnny Utah on screen opposite beauty and opposite Bodey and opposite Lori petty. For that matter has to always be subservient. He's not the alpha in the scene, male or female Kilmer is such a scene stealing hog especially in his youth. He's always so charismatic. He was so confident and a great actor. But I wonder if he would have been able to do that deferential thing. I don't really think of him as someone who who did that. Well, but I think of him as such a cool presence. He is. Back, but he's always felt pretty be now later in life like in heat. He is that subservient presence to deniro, but it's deniro. Well, funny, you should mention that because you know, who was supposed to play that role the Val Kilmer role. In heat. Yes. Kion new read is that true. Now, I give you sure I've been chomping at the bit source main source me oh, gosh. I mean, it's so many I don't know which one I pulled it from. I had heard this story the great role of Chris cheryl's, where did you read that? I didn't know here's what I've read about. I give calendar. Here's a lot of shit. But he seems I have to say he seems like a super nice decent man, decent guy. He didn't do you were talking about the amount of money that Patrick Swayze turned down to dirtier dancing Reeves didn't do speed to right. He to this day says that it ruined his career because he wouldn't play system wouldn't play ball. And he said he wouldn't do it because the shitty script which again, we'll let history decide. Whether speed is great great great action movie. You know, it was like this in the sense. It was fun. But I was like if only it had somebody else in the middle of it now. Okay. Agreed. Keep going so Reeves into speech, he's already then becoming a little bit. He getting a little bit of a flak in Hollywood for not doing that. Then when he was offered the role of Chris Harris in Michael Mann's heat. He turned it down in order to play hamlet at Canada's Manitoba theatre centre. God do I wish I'd seen that. So do I. Where I don't think all good. Her don't you? That's what I'm saying. Cool. I think that's fantastic and on hamlet. I think it must have been great. And I think you've been like here's the poster. It's all black two words. Kion new hamlet? That's it. I'm sure they tried it. The other way around. Kiana? But the funny thing is so ninety one what however old he would have been. I'm sure if he took the month off to do heat and next the following summer. I'm sure Manitoba theatre centre would have been just as happy to have him play hamlet, but still, but he kept to his kept his integrity. He did it. I haven't heard that it was particularly revelatory production. But, but I think that's awesome. That's why he turned that down that went to Val Kilmer. So imagine a universe where Val Kilmer was Johnny Utah. I'm gonna find that on video. I'm gonna go to Canada. You don't like say, excuse me, guys film stuff for the archives mod way. Yeah. Yeah. Broadway. Sure. And I'm sure Canada's just like Broadway Broadway Canada. Theatre center. I think humor would be interesting. But I, but again, I think you under appreciate the way in which kion news subservience actually fits what's going on in this movie. And I think that Kilmer at the time was a little too overconfident. And might have might have might have been a little clash with those guys. So really was going to do it in eighty six that was when Matthew Broderick was gonna play John Utah because he's one of the biggest stars in the world then right after fuel. Fuel harris. Bueller and Charlie Sheen is Brody. So we didn't get that. I think that's a I think I think we're all in agreement Matthew Broderick and Charlie Sheen. Not a good idea. Johnny depp. However, I would have been an interesting Johnny Utah. He's a better actor than Keanu Reeves, I'll say that besides Charlie Sheen. I wonder who else they considered for Bodey because that is one thing I didn't see a lot of Bodey voting possibilities. But we didn't talk about the fact that one Willem Dafoe actually turned down the role of Johnny Utah. I didn't hear that. I didn't know that Willem Dafoe as Johnny Utah that wouldn't work think of light sleeper. Think of how he was too weird psychic. And here's the other Patrick Swayze got Bodey after auditioning for Johnny Utah. I wonder if they were to have had him, Johnny. Now, he went to work as Utah who all of these are all pairings that they would have to be like who would be able to be the, but you'd have to have like Cary Grant. I think it's very hard to think of anyone else being Bodey. I think that Swayze it's just one of those turns in a movie for a lot of different reasons where the actor was in his or her life at the time how they kinda rocked with the director and the other cast members and also a physical look like just bodyman, incredibly handsome guy. But also that the oral. Aura going hair and that or yeah, he's charismatic and he's a good enough actor to believe and pull it off. We're in another actor you never once for a minute doubt. That Swayze is a surfer or a skydiver and to some degree. He wasn't any of those things when they were making this movie he learned to do them only enough to. One final Patrick Swayze anecdote in about. So the company where we work was founded in late two thousand seven Swayze died in the fall of two thousand nine in the fall of want to say two thousand eight for some reason, I don't know why I was reading about Swayze, I probably had seen this and was going down the one of the frequent kind of Swayze rabbit holes that I went down. I think he had also done something that was maybe going around on the internet or something where he was singing and dancing and using that side of him. I said, you know, what we need to do a Christmas special, and it needs to be called a very Swayze Christmas. And we actually went so far to approach his agents and representation, and we got a note back, and I don't remember how I think we knew that he was sick. But I don't think it was quite as I don't I think in the way that stars frequently do it's like, maybe don't quite know how long. Things were written up. This thing about very Swayze Christmas, which would have been an hour long holiday special that allowed him to sing to dance to do comedy just kind of an old fashioned variety hour, which at the time in two thousand eight kind of felt like something people would have been responsive to and he'd also been kind of out of the public. I for a while. And it kind of felt like he was ripe for that moment to have just appreciate him in the sense of wildly talented guy who can do all this stuff. And there really wasn't an opportunity for him to do all that stuff in movies after this kind of period. He always he didn't he wasn't in a lot of great movies after this. Anyway, we got a nice note back from her that said, you know, thank you so much for this idea. This would Patrick would love to do something like this. But unfortunately, you know, she didn't she wasn't spilling the beans. She didn't say like he's not well enough. But it was a version of that. Yes. That we kinda got the message. So I always felt like a very Swayze Christmas was one of the things I would have loved to have done at our production company that that maybe a year or two before we could have done, but missed it. So I guess then it's time before we move on to play one classic closing scene of the film. Oh, well, wait a minute. We can't not play this. Sorry. We got to don't cut this out. You can't do this movie and not include this scene. The largest was gorgeous. No, no, no. We got. We got a lot. No. Thanks. Thirty metairie. It's time for lunch. Enzo? It's ten thirty Rodman that corner, there's a sandwich shop they sell Meatball sandwiches best I've ever tasted. Would you have to? Come on. Thank you. Utah. It'd be too and the fact that they pull up right then. Yes, I was like, oh, so it's going to be that he is in league with them. And he's like feeding them information. Who's in Lee with them Pappas is getting rid of getting to that would have been a good wrinkle? The kid trying to sell bags of oranges to pompous what I love about. This is so busy. He like he stops almost ask Johnny. If he wants a bag of oranges. And when Johnny Utah doesn't then Papa says to the kid. No, no. We got a lot. We've got. Ten minutes ago, you'd been fine got a lot like God Gary to fucking funny. Well, the classic ending scene. We gotta play this. This is after the fight on the beach. Johnny Utah has chased Bodey to Australia, which is identifiable Oregon. There's no way I can handle a cage, man. You go. Okay. Man. I'm screwed. I'm gonna go to jail. Johny Doug it this guy. Right. Did you as real good big hero? Now. Look at John look at it. The wasn't a lifetime opportunity, man. Slim caught one way before you take me one way. Gonna go man. Sides. I'm not gonna paddle in New Zealand. The whole life has been about this moment. Johnny. Komo padre. Cohn deals now let Chris you can fixate on the ludicrousness of a law enforcement officer allowing a suspect who has killed police officers to escape. Sure. However in the context of the movie that scene between those two guys it's a moment of real understanding because special agent Johnny Utah is done with special agent ting, even though you don't know it in that scene as you say, then tosses his badge? And I think I hope a wave washes up over the badge. I hope I don't they went there. I hope she went for that subtle subtle. No. I don't think don't maybe just lands with plot on the sand. Yeah. Because I think he also like passes the other. They also bring a lot of firepower for one surfer. Let him go you told in order to make it look like Austria, they did hire one Australian and he's walking down towards the thing. This is like, hey, how's the in today? Oh, yeah. Like that isn't. But I think that was there was like we could either fly the crotch, Australia, just pay this guy. It's incredible. They got that shot think they film that Wia Mia in Hawaii, and that's Derek Dorner who's a very famous big wave surfer doubled for Swayze a lot of the big waves. And they were talking on the making of things that the swell was up the first time in a number of years when they happened to be filming when wave when that would come in. They would have to go and keep the other surfers out of the water, which nobody wants to get out of water for a fucking Hollywood film. We saw how surly surfers get Derek Joyner had some status so he was able to go out there. And he said it was very hard to do because he's he's used to catching the waves. He actually had to fall off his surfboard on purpose of really big wave. And that's a shot. They actually got the him falling just in the right time. And then having the wave close out over him. It's poignant, man. Let's boaty go out his way, which I listen if I was the family of the police officer killed in the Bank robbery, probably be unsatisfying Justice for us. I think that the ending is. Yes, it's ludicrous. However, there could be no other ending the ending everybody deserves because. Granted they could have upped the stakes a little bit why Johnny Utah's pissed off so much of the FBI which didn't really do anything wrong to him as far as. Able bosses kind of a jerk. Yeah. I mean because pop Scott killed. I don't know. I don't I don't really understand that seemed like what it is. Is that boaty? So I think that Johnny Utah going forward from point break is going to be someone who embodies the best parts of himself and the best parts of boaty before tipping over to the edge. Yeah. That's why he's not gonna be a copy morning still surfing every day. He's in pursuit of something. More Bodey just took it too far, which is which I get and I think that's all. That's all good. But I I guess as you put it the FBI wasn't add to him. But does the badge way dismissively like understand resigning after it? But I don't know to me, it seemed much more like screw you system, which you know. You know, it just all these years later. It's it's. I don't know just doesn't. Well, they did that some months after principal dog Raphy concluded and the producer says in the meantime, Kiani had grown his hair out because he was going to do the Bill and Ted's secret and Swayze had left to do. I think the role in Joffe moody, enjoy city of joy. And so he had his hair cut. And he was like the kinda showed up that way. And we're like oh shit. We're gonna continuity problem. But in fact, it ended up working well because it kinda showed that he's been on the run, and and Johnny Utah has you know, he's been he's been into it, man. He's wearing a freakin denim jacket with one of those free. Fuzzy collars, man, he's he's out on the point break. And he ain't coming back. Once broken point is broken. So point break love it show appreciative that it exists. I've appreciative for the opportunity always to watch Patrick Swayze in this movie, which I think is a beautiful and very real. Real spiritual performance that I moved by every time, and I'm not being ironic or funny. You say that I think it's great to watch abuse who still had it and could still deftly steel scenes with his innovative word play. And just hilarious turns of phrases and ability to kind of do quirky stuff and a strong energy, so energetic. He's like an overgrown child and Mr. Keanu Reeves screen presence known peril. Anyway that. Showing move on to rant and rave? Yes. Chris what do you got? Well, I've got a rant that I've actually been saving for a little bit. Jason. Are you a cat lover tro? Cats would you like to look like your cat? Well, I don't own a cat alienate, friends and family with super realistic masks based on your pets. This is an article on the club about Japanese service that makes these wearable replicas of your you, send them picture cat and they lie. Only cat. You can't get one for your dog. They might not have the harbach bird Macau, perhaps they call rather salamander about my flits if decider cats, then maybe they'll they'll grow the line. But for now, it's just cats and you can wear replica of your pets face, and you can look like your cat, and they have all these pictures with the article of people with the cats mask looking at the cats. And of course, the cat mask is dead. I'd reflected in strange inscrutability of the cat's face. So I don't know if it's good or bad for the cat. And whether they like it or not the service costs roughly three hundred thousand Japanese yen which converts to about as of a couple of days ago, two thousand seven hundred US dollars. She's can't afford that. 'cause I'm spending money on cat food. It's been a real cat lover. This whole thing did bring to mind, Scott Thorson. If you remember him Liberace's boyfriend got played by Damon played by Matt Damon movie in Don Lauber behind the Kevin Labra Labra. Surgery to look like Liberace processors, so he'd resemble him, but he felt that the relationship was one sided let's say to my first rave, which is a Twitter feed called Kanye pet. The dog I saw the comedian Meghan Amraam tweet about this. This is a Twitter feed. It's about video games. So it's a catalog of pebble and nonperishable dogs in video games. So manual input resulting in visual. Representation of petting is required for FEMA Shen. Right. The posts will be like you cannot pet the dog in the game backbone. So you encounter a nation screen shots of the player encountering a dog. And you're unable to pet the dog. But in another one, you can pet the dog in kingdom hearts HD two point eight final chapter prologue dream drop distance. So depending on your tastes, and it's just an entire Twitter feed of characters petting dogs or being able to pet dogs in. Can you pass the? Would you like to move onto headlines? Okay. This is a story that I found and then loyal listener are f Brown also tweeted at us. I did rod lead lost as dogs quit. So a musher in the Iditarod trail sled dog race yelled at one of his animals and the dogs promptly sat down and refused to mush and carry the sled any farther. He had a five hour lead. And the dogs sat down and refused to move. And we're passed by other teams when I saw that headline. I thought it was a joke. I I can see the dog sitting there. Panting happily but like secretly inside there like yell at us. He says, it's a labor story. Nncholas Pettit or Petit, he said quote yelled at Joey and everyone heard the yelling, and that doesn't happen, and they wouldn't go anymore anywhere. So we camped here. He sounds French. They gave up on the fifteen hundred mile race dogs. Well fed. There's no medical issue keeping them from getting up and running quote. It's just a head thing. We'll see if one of those dog teams coming by. We'll wake them up at all since philosophical about it. Finally, this just broke today. Vermont town swears in goat as new mayor. Finally and the goat immediately defecates. Lincoln three year old was lifted last week is Fairhaven Vermont's mayor with thirteen votes following her swearing in Lincoln, couldn't wait and defecated on the ground. The Burlington free press reported the police chief was reportedly quick to grab a broom and dustpan to clean up the mess before the mayor's approval rating could go down. The go-to narrowly beat out a dog named Sammy Viga a Boston terrier this one I resemble, but not I don't resemble the person you think I'm going to resemble. Okay. Passenger charged with choking driver who wouldn't stop singing Christmas songs in March team driver Kay. Don't take my Christmas music away. From me it starts as we've discussed before. On the podcast Christmas music season starts November. I the day after Halloween you wake up in the morning, or if you happen to be a bit midnight. That's an allowable time as well. That's when you turn on the Christmas music. That's when you put on holiday traditions series x. And you play and stream Christmas songs straight through to Christmas and actually straight through new years, by the way, also when you get back from New Year's you you can keep going now, I really March is a bit much. But I think it just depends on the weather where did this stick lace, Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania? Oh, that's toss up. Yeah. So did they know each other? Or is it like somebody attacking number driver driver number driver? No, it wasn't like two guys were out to friends choking is a very intimate AC he just says they arrested him and charge him trying to strangle the driver of mini van in which he was a passenger. Yeah. So I guess it's not an Uber. I think it's just maybe two guys two friends. Maybe got a little too. Now this story. I just thought this this shook me to my core. But I also both understood and was horrified. Women demands that plane turn back mid-flight when she realizes she forgot her baby at the airport. A woman flying from Saudi Arabia Malaysia, insisted the plane turned back mid-flight when she realized she'd forgot something important at the airport her baby. Wow. Following protocol. The the pilot. I had to get permission from an air traffic controller because they put the kid on a different flight. Well, I mean, it's a it's a baby. I mean, I guess you could put a kid there. But God, I mean, listen, I forgot a lot of stuff at the airport like headphones kindles. Phones from time to time. But I'm going league grand. Extremely unlikely to forget my child, but hey, shit happens. I guess fusing out there in the airports. We think it's bad with our TSA. Who knows what they go on Saudi Arabia and. Okay. Those are all my headlines. Chris fantastic. Well, we could go on diving further into the maelstrom of nineties appreciation Hollywood, and indeed America's co-opting of ideas and ideals and repackaging them in bar form easily carried and deployed as needed. But going deeper doesn't always bring you any closer to the truth. So like boaty going out on his own terms. I think we should leave. Yes. Probably. Thanks for listening to full cast and crew just wanted to remind everyone to subscribe, if you haven't already see you'll get a new episode every Thursday, and we'd love to hear from you. So Email us at full cast and crew pod at g mail dot com. Or you can follow us on Twitter and Instagram at at full cast and crew or find us on Facebook.

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hors-srie en temps de pandmie : Vicking Cruises et Vicking River Cruises

Pour le plaisir de partir

10:36 min | 4 months ago

hors-srie en temps de pandmie : Vicking Cruises et Vicking River Cruises

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Planning a Movie Night Sleepover with Linda Mendoza

Lisa, Sandra and Kristen Go to the Movies

36:22 min | 1 year ago

Planning a Movie Night Sleepover with Linda Mendoza

"Thanks for listening to this. Show and you can let us know what you think about it. At pod thoughts dot com. That's pod thoughts dot com and thanks again for listening tired of spending hundreds of dollars for prescription in glasses visit denny today. It's any dot com slash c._n._n. Hey sandra hi lisa kristen. Hello lisa and sandra. Are you guys ready. Oh you know we are yes. Let's do it. Let's go to the movies. Ladies welcome to lisa sandra and kristen go to the movies podcast where three movie geeks that are us us gig. Yes i am takes nerd herd. Whatever talk to award winning directors actors screenwriters costume designers more about their work. We also dish on their favorite movies movies movie moments this year on favorites too. I'm lisa france and i'm a senior writer for entertainment. I'm sandra gonzalez also senior reporter for c._n._n. Covering t._v. and felt elp. I'm kristen. Minds are former host of the movie date. Podcast currently a co host on the podcast by the book and author of so you want to start a podcast available global in august. This is the official podcast c._n._n.'s new t._v. Series the movies which you can watch on sundays at nine pm eastern pacific. I've seen the series and i gotta tell oh you. It is absolutely phenomenal less wash. Yes absolutely for any movie lover so after you're done listening to our podcast you should definitely check that out a little bit later in this episode. We'll be talking to alma award winning director linda mendoza but before we get to that kristen it's your turn to recast movie bombarded so for anybody. Nobody who's not familiar. Here's how it goes. I'm gonna give you a classic film and you're going to have to recast it with actors from today kristen today. My crystal ball tells me you will recast drama dirty dancing. Wu worked two thousand nine eighteen up one very tough but let's hear it. Who would you recast cast lead roles. Well you're right. It's tough because is there ever going to be a replacement for patrick. Swayze johnny castle ever or is can patrick swayze and anything thank ghost anything pick any of his roadhouse nothing. You had to replace him. He is irreplaceable so with that caveat. I think that what we need in johnny castle is somebody who is a trained dancer because that's part of what made patrick swayze so he could actually dance with somebody faking it so we need a trained dancer. We need somebody somebody who looks good without his shirt on all day. We need somebody who can give the naughty. I the is that say oh. I'm not just here to dance. You know the come hither yes so think harry hsun would be really great for this. Oh wrigley yes harry shum from glee he can also bring in a different kind of dance moves that maybe we hadn't seen in the past from patrick swayze because he can mix hip hop dancing more classical dancing tap dancing and so on he is so good looking also so he's so fond love him at the very end of crazy rich asians if you haven't seen him. They're definitely check that out so yeah johnny castle harry shum. He's got an arms for that. Baby baby lift to women. Yes absolutely and for baby. The role made famous by jennifer gray in the movie. They're very specific to not. Choose somebody who looks like a supermodel. It's very important for the role that we're supposed to have somebody who has an older sister. Who's the beauty in the family family. She's supposed to be invisible to a lot of people she was supposed to be awkward and idealistic in a little bit clumsy and for that i'm going to cast may whitman who is by the way very pretty pretty beautiful darlene adorable yes and i love her in the duff and i love her and arrested development but she is so good at playing somebody who actually looks like just a regular gal and doing it with some self defacement a physical comedy and being so likeable and it's hard not to cheer for her in anything you think she's in. I just want to cheer for her. I just think she's fantastic absolutely great pack yeah. She represents us because we're regular gals and we're gorgeous. Do yes absolutely and then of course we need need to think about penny. Johnny castle's <hes> original dance partner the one who has a botched abortion the one who needs to take some time off the one that makes it possible for baby to become the dance partner in the first place so i think google and boffa raw would be perfect bowl choice. I am a super fan of hers and she is a trained dancer. Sir and i could just watch do anything yeah and then of course we have to think about babies parents. We need a mom who can be flirty and playful fully get out on the dance floor. We need a dad who has gravitas and does not take crap and protects. His daughter and i think the best people in in my opinion would be the real life couple megan mulally from will and grace and her real life has been nick offerman genius genius. Yeah no puts out in corner corner. You got the double gas peer from your co host my gosh can you imagine megan molly and nick offerman. The only risk is they would steal the whole. I mean they're ad libs alone for the deal. Streaming extras would be perfection of it so into do it <hes> kristin. You did such a good job and look doing. This is not easy. I'm all but i love how creative you got with some of your your picks and <hes> on speaking of getting creative. I wanna remind our listeners that we want them to get creative to. Oh yes absolutely we want to hear from all of you. Listeners out there and specifically. We want want to hear your thoughts on a game that we've also played on this show. We call it my five movies and in that game you're on a desert island. You can only have five movies for the rest of your life life. What are your five movies. Go onto twitter. Use the hashtag my five movies. That's my the number five movies and tell us what are your. You're five movies. You would watch if you could only choose five and be sure to tag us at c._n._n. Podcast because we want to see what moves you pick and we promise not to judge them heart. Yeah i was going to say i'm going to judge okay. Should we get to that interview now. Blenda mendosa is an almo award-winning director with over two hundred credits to her name. She's directed. Episodes needs of popular shows like thirty rock scrubs ugly betty unbreakable kimmy schmidt brooklyn nine nine black ish grown so many of our favorites. She made her feature film. Uh-huh direct debut in two thousand three with the film chasing papi starring sofia vergara eduardo vera stagey roselyn sanchez and jackie velazquez her upcoming tv series tiffany haddish presents they ready is sure to be fire like everything. She touches linda mendoza welcome to the podcast. Oh my gosh thank you guys so much for for having me. I'm so happy to be here. We're excited to have you so. I want to start off with some firsts. What was the first movie you remember seeing it theater linda <hes> okay. The very first movie i remember seeing in a theater was cinder. Fella with jerry lewis. Wow that's a good one. That's a good one yeah. I think i was nine or ten and was that your choice. Did you ask to go see that movie yeah because i freeze jerry lewis. I believe like i love everything the geisha boy who's minding the store <hes> delicate delinquent yeah you name it. I've always kind of like loved him. We're your friends equally is obsessed with him or were you like the outsider who was like jerry lewis and then everybody judges you know i was so the outsider. You like to do what jerry lewis. Nobody got that gosh gosh but it served me well in my life. I must say oh how it just in terms of loving comedy my whole life. I was able to like make that like my career. When it really wasn't a path for me originally was he your first movie crush. I mean if you don't want to reveal your crush. Like who's the first person you saw on screen who seemed like the coolest person you ever saw. Well honestly truth be told ted neeley from jesus christ superstar. You are a woman of interesting tastes. Linda indeed yeah yeah that was like because i never was big into musicals like oklahoma and you know guys and dolls. I never liked that forties fifties style musical <hes> and even into the sixties it was never my thing but i saw annie and then i saw jesus christ superstar in my life kind of changed and ted neeley was just like everything thought so looking looking dude longhair. You know total hippy. He was dreamy. He was dreamy. Where did you grow up linda. 'cause you're tastes. I can't peg him down with like some of my like. If i were to say my first movie selena it's like of course you're from texas right but like i can't exactly peg down where you're from linda. I know i'm actually actually nobody can ever peg down where i'm from or what i am. That's a good thing now it's true at basically a mexican from detroit who pretty much everybody thought was chinese. He's growing up <hes> midwest pride <hes> detroiter nice totally well just to shift gears a little bit talking about uh all of these first movie experiences. We'd love to know the first movie. That really scared you. Oh my gosh that goes without saying the exorcist. Oh that's so scary it really is and and honestly you know what frightened the heck. Outta me was clockwork orange. Ooh yeah you watch that. When you're an appropriate age i was probably still too young at fifteen or sixteen when i saw it <hes> but it disturbed me that and i remember blue velvet i watched blue velvet and i was already in my thirties when i saw blue velvet and i didn't sleep for three nights like like movies affect me yeah. That's disturbing one yeah yeah. I still can't sleep from that one. I saw the extras when i was way too young and it scared the pants on. I was like ten years old like i should have been watching that. My parents were like weird hippies that just let us watch whatever we wanted. Olinda were your parents sort of like. Did they watch what you watched and like moniter her sort of like <hes> she's going to the exorcist tonight or did you kind of have to watch that when rogue yeah you know. Actually i remember seeing that at the movie theater in my mom. Tom did not go and i don't think she knew i went to be perfectly honest about that but my mom was a movie buff and <hes> so she really away as the reason why i just fell in love with old movies and and at a very young age you know i would <hes> watch rita bell prize movie with her and and we'd stay up late watching cool old movies and <hes> yeah bill kennedy at the movies like she was a big influence <hes> but she was is a very forward thinker <hes> so we got to see a lot of really cool movies. I think that maybe some parents wouldn't i'm taking their children to like tommy. Tommy parents parents araj opera. Yes of course parents have such a wonderful influence on kids heads like when they go to see movies like they really kinda do set the tone for like what kind of movie fan you're going to be absolutely. That's great bonding experience. Do y'all remember seeing a movie will be with like any of your parents that just really stuck with you. Oh my gosh you know i still think about e t and as a child i was so young. I just thought this is so cute. There's an alien and my mom sobbed through the whole thing. I didn't understand why as a little kid and then as an adult i watched it again and i sobbed through the whole thing and i thought oh i get it. I get get it now. I get it the idea of being the only creature of your kind in a whole universe and you can't get back to them and then the empathy my mom must have felt as a newly divorced woman for the family and the movie. I mean so many things in the movie are very adult. Themes and it's easy for a kid just to look at it and think look at how cute this alien is look at acute. Ramirez are how fun to ride a bike into the sky but yeah i really think that depending on who you watch a movie with the movie can be vastly different in touch you in a different way so i think it's fun when the partner that you're watching the movie with is apparent and they hope impart certain kinds of love and magic and knowledge college along with the experience in speaking of families and legacies number of the t._v. Series that you've worked on like black ish and scrubs ugly betty they have cast that look like america america and so was the first time that you can remember watching a movie and feeling like you were seeing someone on screen who looked like you remind you of yourself. Especially given your interesting heritage that you just told us about. Gosh you know that's such a great question and i will say that growing up in detroit detroit my parents <hes> made sure that we had a connection to <hes> you know to our our our heritage and and all that and i will tell you that it was important for them to take us to the movies on the west side in the mexican village and we would go see content floss movies movies you know so we so i went to movies that were in spanish that featured spanish stars when i was young <hes> so i had that and now remember ephron zimbalist junior like for some reason being at irony think he was a latin now that i think about it but you know he was just different looking. Do you know what i mean. Yes yes. I totally remember that and i remember julia on the t._v. Show she was african american diane carol. I think played her. Yes yes right if i'm not mistaken and i just remember like it wasn't me but it was still somebody of color and i remember that having an impact on me when i was young watching her and lloyd nolan on the show you know what i mean allen freddie prinz rest in peace for god's yeah yeah i mean my god <hes> gonna man horse chico and the man was a huge and that was such a great show too. I mean really funny and well written and sociologically it was totally forward thinking and it was just very that i tell remember how big impact on me we talk a lot lot now about movies and the need for diversity. Do you think we're ever going to get there. I feel like especially for me as an african american woman. I feel like every few years we here. It's time time this time the time for black hollywood. We're bursting through. Some movie comes out and everybody's like this is it and then not so. Do you think hollywood's is ever going to get there where people feel like. There's enough diversity on the big screen you know. I wish that i could say that we were. I think that everybody is very conscious launches of trying. I still think that <hes> there's always going to be checks and balances because i'm even noticing that you you guys as a working freelance director. You know it doesn't matter that now i have you know pretty close to twenty years of directing experience. I filled a couple of slots. You know latin female and now those slots need to be filled by other new people coming in so it's kind of ron in a weird way for me. I feel like my experience is not really pain off in kind of the same way away and i don't mean that badly that just is the way that it is. You know yeah does that. Make sense you guys does and it's a very complicated business for all the reasons that you're you're saying but we're gonna take a quick break okay and continue our conversation with lindau right after this tired of spending hundreds of dollars for prescription glasses. Xeni offers thousands of affordable. I wear styles starting at just six ninety five. No ridiculous markups no hassles just quality quality affordable eyewear delivered right to you visits any today eggs any dot com slash c._n._n. And we're back. We're still here with director linda mendoza linda. I want to switch gears a little bit and ask you. You're such an accomplished. Director would literally hundreds of credits <hes>. Was there a specific movie that made you realize you wanted to enter. This very crazy complicated business. Well you know ironically. I i did kind of fall into the business because i was going to school to be a sociologist and and has always been music and dance of always been kind of my i love even though it's ironic that he didn't love musicals <hes> but <hes> i would say that i can't i can't pinpoint one movie other than one from the heart by francis ford coppola that i just thought wow that is completely different and unique and i could dig doing something like that. How how old were you and your music and dance. Oh gosh. I was probably like twenty now for those who aren't familiar with the movie. Can you tell us a little bit about it and why it really touched you yeah. One from the heart was a passion project for francis ford coppola and when he bought the old hollywood center studios in las palmas awesome santa monica back in the day he called zone trip studios and he did it as an omar too old fashioned movie making and so everything was shot on a stage the whole downtown vegas everything and it was very kind of avant garde like it was very like you you knew was on a stage like he embraced that and it was very music call and lyrical and i just thought it was fascinating insulating. I mean really truly just a fascinating piece of work and is actually one of my very favorite directors of all time. I mean tucker. One is such a cool movie the way he designed it in the transitions and everything i just love the way he makes movies old style like that other than francis ford cope learn their other directors. Who've inspired you in your work. <hes> even some directors that maybe you've worked with yourself <hes> well. I will tell you my mentor bruce. Gowers has inspired me tremendously mendaciously. He's the guy who <hes> is like the godfather music video he directed the very famous bohemian rhapsody video splits and all of an icon konin <hes> iconic and he has done a ton of big time music videos for the stones and john cougar and stewart rod stewart you name it and <hes> so i became his assistant p a in a d for thirteen years and what i learned from him. Nobody nobody would ever learn in ten years of school. <hes> it was beyond amazing and incredible blessing in my life and he was a guy who has english who was a very forward thinker in terms of diversity before anybody else like he fought fought for me to be on his crew and he fought for this african american operator to be on every show. He did was very cool about that. I find it fascinating. Anyhow people can draw inspirational you obviously can have most you're coming from television but you also work in movies but you have this inspiration coming from like primarily music nick video director that just goes to show you that art is just so intertwined in that way it really is and and that's why i think i loved one from the heart so much because of the production design like one of my very favorite old movies is champagne for caesar and the art direction on that film is phenomenal and it's all shot on stage everything and it is fascinating and just so creative like there's a wall of hands coming out because the guy's going to work for a soap company so there's all these cool hands coming out at this column in the middle of the room very very cool. I'm so glad you brought up set set design and the look of movies because you are known for having just fabulous. That's on a lot of the shows that you work on whether it's kimmy schmidt or the good place lace or ugly betty all of these projects you've return are known for what they look like and we would just love to know more about different movie sets that you like and what goes into those sets well. You know some like i just i love production design because it really just sets the tone and feel for every single character and so the detail that they put into that like in terms of kimmy schmidt like that's really all tina fey <hes> working with the production designer like they were there. She and robert carlyle were so particular about the for instance the basement apartment that kim comes to live in like they wanted that low ceiling which if you're shooting is a pain in the butt because there's no no place to hang lights so everything's gotta be lit from the floor but the authenticity of that for them in that room was so important and what was cool was being able able to embrace that and shoot kind of the wider shots and see the ceiling and see how crunch they are in there and you know i love when you can shoot in a in a scene in a stage in a set and really get into the nooks and crannies. That's why like single camera. I'd like really getting up in in the set <hes> multi camera. You know everything's per senior. It's like a stage play long lenses and a little bit flat <hes> although that has has its perks as well. We're going to give you a chance to get up on his set of a classic movie and ask you a little historical question. Especially since you're such a huge fan of classic icing movies i love all these movies that even naming and talking about so. Let's say you were making the graduate today. In two thousand nineteen which actors would you cast a play benjamin braddock and mrs robinson of course plead tremendously and famously well by dustin hoffman and anne bancroft. Who would you have those roles today. <hes> ready to play casting couch is like yes okay that is that is a tough one because there's so many great guys out there. I love oscar isaac. Oh dreamy electon gas us right. He might be all the hard to say now. You'd be making a movie we'll be making. I think he's well into his yeah. We saw like fourteen year old robert downey junior and one of the ironman movies or captain mirrors they can do they can do it. It's called method method. Is it linda it's called pull that tape back on their hide it under a hat and then in terms the bancroft character i mean i'm trying to think like honestly i think julianne juliana market lease he's probably now. She's probably too young. I'm for the role would be amazing. My she just has such a hard cool. Look to her. I think yes. I think he could totally pull that off because she makes you feel like nick. She's like one second away from boiling had also so sophisticated. Look into you know. She's just got that steely look. I'm enjoying this game. Yeah i also by the way wanna say. It's totally fine if they're close in age. Let's remember dustin. Hoffman was only about eight years not even eight years younger than and and bancroft in the graduate. Was it five years yeah. They were very close in true hollywood for you. God forbid a woman's over thirty. What about who's afraid of virginia woolf. I mean casting those roles in twenty nineteen. Who do you think is liz taylor and richard burton of today <hes> <hes> well honestly it would have been oshawa jelly ed brad pitt had they still been together. Isn't it hardware kind of interesting. You know it's really hard right because backing you know those classic hollywood movies those couples even if they weren't couples in real life they had such mystique mystery and now because of social media and tabloids. I feel like you know everybody's business. So it's really hard to find like a couple where you feel like they embody that theft saying i will say this i would watch ryan gosling and rachel mcadams all the time in all the movies always together absolutely because they do who's your who's that like rich like people are going to slam me for this but they use that like richard burton elizabeth taylor like just like pure chemistry. I watched their mtv movie. Awards kiss the other night and i was like watching watch it like a couple of times but i'm like that movie was so good because it just that chemistry they have. That's what that's the word. I was looking for something about the old hollywood chemistry put. Can i just say as far as ryan gosling wing and rachel mcadams go what they played a younger couple in who's afraid of virginia woolf and the older couple was actually played by denzel and l. free whittard. Look at you mixing it up real yeah to love when we think of great shakespearean actors denzel and alfre. Oh my god yeah now from an unbelievable and we want. We want you to direct it. Yeah okay right on. I will take that harvey t with people people coming to with projects or do you still have to go out there and really pound the pavement like obviously we've only had five female directors nominated for an academy award ever but you also hear them especially popular when saying oh i had plenty of offers i play this but i wonder about the people that haven't gotten the awards having been nominated for the movie directing but do you get a lot of great pitches lindores. You have to go out there and still really dig up dirt and find the gems. You know honestly <hes>. I'm actually glad you brought that up. Because here's the thing that i realized you know and believe me i am so uh-huh grateful every day for my job my career and i really have such joy when i go to work and <hes> for the most part on every show that i've done on a really had a great great time enjoyed myself and learn something and felt like i brought something to the party <hes> but i will say that as i've i've gotten older and as i mentioned before about you know the the jobs now the the holes that i filled there's ten other people that need to fill those holes so oh my work has become a a little bit different and it's forced me in shoe trying to find not force me. It's actually was like almost like an opportunity to try to find okay. What would be my next step so i've actually been developing a lot of stuff just on my own because i feel alike. I can't wait for somebody to give that to me and so i- identified some music that i wanna produce and make a musical around and i found a writer after that i really loved and so we've been working on a project together and i'm really trying to just make my own stuff happen at this point in my life. Oh by the horns. I like it yeah and it seems yeah for a lot of women so much of hollywood still an old boys club. Sometimes it's really build your own shift. There's not one for you if they won't let you set the table. Build a bigger table right and build your own table. Yes exactly trying to get that side table on all right right linda well. We've talked about a lot of movies during our time with you and for our series were asking each of our guests a question were calling my five movies so here's the question if you could watch only five movies for the rest of your life. Which five movies would you choose. Oh my gosh that's so tough. Okay so house built for sure to kill a mockingbird. Oh so good good <hes> pillow talk probably is my favorite doors day or days like <hes> the bishop's wife and a really cool old barbara stanwick no man of her own. Do you have a blind taste. Hey this is what you would this list. You'd get from like a film school. These are the movies you must watch. I love this. I feel like we need a move. If you linda we need need power. We need wine margaritas. We absolutely need to make that happening for instance. Let you pick all the movies and we're just gonna show up. Maybe with the snacks. Maybe not you may be you can provide this next two. We're leaning heavily on. I could do it all you can do. I can do it all it. Can we start with pillow talk. Let's that's when we have slumber party. The the reason why i want us to start with that is because she is an interior designer in that movie and i feel that linda you would point out all sorts of beautiful things about that that we just have no idea about about. I love i love is suggested a movie night and you took it to a sleepover. Oh wait a pill taken it there when did to get ready. We're bringing our pillow us. Okay right on welfare drinking wine or margaritas. It may be we may need to do that. I'm not kidding point serious linda uh-huh linda does and thank you so much for joining us today. It was such a pleasure having you on the podcast ladies. Thanks so much for having me and best of luck with everything everything you're all so delightful and wonderful and i wish you the best with a sleepover cool. We're going to take a quick break but don't worry. There's more from us coming right up. Remember to create an ad like this. One visit pure winning dot com uh-huh lashed c._n._n. I was watching episode of c._n._n.'s ends new series than movies and there was a mention of the good the bad and the ugly and that score you know the one barrel do do it really took me back in a good way and you morricone composed posed what would become one of the most iconic film scores of all time for that film that slow whistle and the dramatic shrieks have become a hallmark of an entire genre. A good scorch really becomes like a good piece of dialogue just part of our world's language which in the same way that long james bond or here's looking at you kid has i can't remember a time when i didn't associate the score with westerville but i do know that my dad was probably the one who first exposed me to the work of annual moriconi. He loved western uh-huh and he loved movie scores. I remember when spotify i became a thing. I try to explain to my dad that there is a way for me to curate all all of his favorite so that he could listen to them by that time though his eyesight was going and he is too old to be bothered with new technology and i couldn't blame him but it did make me laugh that instead he preferred to wait for the films to play on more another classic movie channel and just wait for his favorite parts parts to come up like thomas newman score from road to perdition or moriconi score from once upon a time in the west when my own taste developed i'd share with him some of my faves like hans zimmer's time from inception or danny elfyn edward scissorhands score <music>. He was never really on board with my love for james horner's titanic theme but you can't win them all over what can't be understated as the value. Oh you of the work of moriconi and other great composers. I was at the hollywood bowl. A few months back and steven spielberg was a special gasping a concert honoring john williams he came with two pieces of video to share one was the iconic train scene from raiders of the lost ark without without williams's score and one whip it was stunning to watch these two pieces of footage side by side and the scene was fine without it but it's hard it's excitement. It's pulse came from the music. <music> moriconi work like the work of all great composers is like time machine it transports uterus specific moment in time whether it's an exciting leading or sad movie scene or in my case the memory of the late love dohrn who gave you your love for great movie scores in the western genre owes more konate a debt of gratitude and so do i it <hes> and that's a wrap as they say if you're like us and can't get enough movies in your life checkout. C._n._n.'s mute tv series the movies airing sunday nights at nine pm eastern and pacific on c._n._n. And on c._n._n. 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Short Stuff: Disappearing Dirty Dancing Lake

Stuff You Should Know

13:18 min | 5 months ago

Short Stuff: Disappearing Dirty Dancing Lake

"Hey and welcome to the shorts Josh Chuck. Jerry's over there. This is short stuff giddy. Ah! Now I Had Time of La. Pretty. Good I can't even sing that without thinking of the Great Simpson's. Joe Yeah same here. To halftime of our life. With Dolly Parton snoopy. That's right. Yeah, so. So we're talking about dirty dancing and specifically. Mountain Lake outside of Blacksburg Virginia where that was the location of Kellerman Kelman's Lodge Mountain Mike Lodge doubled his Kellerman Yup for the eighty-seven classic film dirty dancing it did and that lake actually was a character in the film, because they practiced in a little bit of foreshadowing Johnny Castle and baby practice their dance move where he lifts her up over his head, which is basically the thing that brings the whole house down in the movie. It's like the climax of the movie. Is this dance move and they practice it in the lake. That's right. Quick shout out! Jennifer Gray. is still around in great. She was in that TV show that I've binged red oaks. That is so fantastic really that our buddy John Hodgman is and cheese. She plays the MOM. She's wonderful. That's great. I gotTA. Check that show out Patrick swayze has. Are AP. Yeah, he was Wonderful Man Hell of a dancer. Great fighter. Pretty good actor great singer. She's like the wind. I thought it was good so I get chills every time I hear it still well I say. This is short stuff, but I'll rank it is. Dancer fighter actor singer in order of his best, you know. His talents. I won't dispute that order. But. It's just a spectrum of greatness. Loved him in. He's great, so that's what I say. So the actual name that Lake like you said is mountain lake in the actual name of the resort. That's that was supposedly Kellerman resort which I think. It was supposed to be in like the POCONOS, wasn't it? Yeah, not Jinya but There's the resort is actually in reality called Mount, Lake, lodge, and the people who own Mountain Lake Lodge and the people who are investors in Mount Lake Lodge. They're not very happy about things these days because Mountain Lake keeps draining, and it keeps draining, and what was once a lodge and a resort that. That was based on fun in the Sun on this lake in Virginia is now turning to things like archery and horseback rides, and telling guests exactly why the lake is about thirty five percent of its normal capacity. Yeah, if you just google, dirty dancing, lake, today or Gazebo or boardwalk, you will see that Gazebo and doc boardwalk, or in the middle of the field. Yeah, it's really creepy. Yeah, it's very weird and we're going to tell you why right now Mountlake is one of two only two natural lakes in Virginia. Georgia has zero. They have to yeah. in the southern Appalachian Mountains and. Over the years and we're talking every few hundred years, this lake empties and backup again naturally. Yeah, which is kind of weird over the course of the six thousand years that this lake has been around which I just find that so fascinating, don't you? that a lake has only been around for six thousand years. Yeah Yeah I love that, but anyway the six thousand years. It's been around. It's actually emptied three different times chuck lake completely emptied. Yes, there's two guys that figure heavily in sort of wide. This mountain makers like it is. There's this one guy what's his name. Chester, Watts Chester skip watts riots skip is derivative of Chester obviously, so he's a geologist and he knows a lot about it. There's this other Guy John, Collie C., A. W., l. e. y. that wrote his doctoral thesis on Mountain Lake in Nineteen Ninety, nine and they have explained that mountain lake has holes. That has little holes on the bottom, a lot of them that continually drain this water out and they've done digest. I think watts to the die test and found that this water is coming out about a mile from here. And it's been doing this for six thousand years. Yeah, they literally got to the bottom of it. So That's it i. mean that's the mystery holes, but the thing is is the people over at Mountlake Lodge. WanNa know. Why is it getting worse? Like? Why would this if if these holes have been here for all six thousand years? First of all. Why didn't we start to notice until like two thousand and two and secondly wh. Why isn't it filling back up? Why is it just keep going down in down in down and so how I think was it Cowley, who explained it as a water budget? Yeah, he said. If you think of it like a bank account you got you got money. Come in, you got money coming out. You want more money coming in, so that bank account gets bigger, and it's the same with this lake. You have inflow and outflow. and. At various times throughout the history of this lake, there's been more outflow than inflow. Right and so there was a drought that actually started in the nineties that that led to this this lower inflow, and which meant that there was more outflow which explains partially, but it doesn't fully explain it. We'll get real really like reveal what's going on with this mystery after these messages who? A career in application development at ddat means owning the opportunity to impact the preparation of our nation for the future join DDAT for challenging work that advances your career apply now at Gd it dot com slash careers. Is An equal opportunity employer disability veteran. You, know just because you can boil. Water doesn't mean you should run a restaurant in the same logic goes for identity theft protection. 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There was a drought which means that there's more water going out than coming in. That's great. Because of the drought ended, but the people amount like lodge, said well, the drought ended. Everybody in this lake is still not filling up. What is the deal? They actually were so upset about this. They pay Jerry Seinfeld to come. Get on the phone and ask what the deal was about. It was a lot of money to but it got everyone's attention. So. He said there's a few reasons He said it's not just one thing. You can't say it's even these two things. It's sort of multifaceted fifty-three. It's only three, so you've got the drought which did not help. You've got when Mountain Lake. Lodge, was built a conference center above the lake, and to comply with building the saying they had to construct stormwater management basins, and they said you know what will probably happen is on enough. They said that but what they assumed I. Guess What happened was that water would still get to the lake as groundwater right. They found out that wasn't happening. It was going to a creek. Yeah, is that what you say? You call it a creek. It's a creek. Some people say Creek though right? Sure I think you know country country folk who say warsh You Walk. Trick exactly so that was kind of a big surprise that that water wasn't going where they thought it would. Because it's I, guess these things are fairly close to the lake, and since it's above it, they just assumed that trickle down, so that's a big problem right and so the geologists are saying well I guess one thing you could do is plug the holes if you want and then hopefully the rainfall will kind of raise the levels, but you wanna plug these holes one at a time and Mountain Lake Lodge too late and they plugged them all at once. The scare the bejesus out of the geologist well and the reason they did. This was because they knew that one of the other facets of why it was draining was the sediment cycle and It's just like if something get stuck in your sink drain. Drain Slower and at various times throughout the history of this lake, there might be things either stuck in or not stuck in, so just happened that after dirty dancing, there was not much stuck in, so it was draining out a lot quicker than it normally might have. Yeah, Jennifer. Gray was like. Thank God Patrick. Swayze wasn't alive to see this shameful. So. How did they plug these holes? While at first in the first, apparently, they were aware our. No, if they lost memory of it or thought it was an anomaly, thought it would just go away, but in the first half of the twentieth century at some point, the mountlake lodge used mattresses to stuff into the holes. How big are these? I tried to find it I. Don't know I'm not sure how big they are, but from what I understand. There's more there than they thought. Yeah, so one few mattresses isn't gonNA help, but also like what poor bellhop did they send down there to drag a mattress, the bottom of a lake and tried to stuff it in a whole okay. Oh, you know who did it of course. So that was it that was their first attempt. and the second attempt was much more technologically advanced stuff dirt in clay into it yet dirt. clay is that with the been tonight is yeah. It's like expanding clay that makes sense. They should have got some of that foam stuff the spray in mouse holes. They basically just sped up the yeah great stuff. Yeah, they basically just sped up the sentiment cycle, but they overdid it because this lake said nature will find a way and just started popping new holes heads crazy. This reminds me the exploding lakes episode. Way Back when. But yeah, the water level never got two full pond or for a full pool is what you can call it. Yeah like that more. Full. And they there is water there. There's more than there was in two thousand eight like. If you look at pictures from two thousand eight, that's when it was. Literally a field. there's a little bit of water, but you can't canoe or anything. You can't swim. It's kind of sad to be honest to look at it but there's something to be said for archery and horseback riding. Sure Yeah, especially orcher archery on horseback. Wow! Yeah, you get some. You can level up. Do that stuff. Yeah, they comp your room for the night. but watt said that you know what they could redirect water from another local watershed, just gravity feed it down in there. He said that would probably do it, but you gotta be really careful, because like we've seen like the domino effect when you start messing with nature like that, but he said that would probably work if they want to explore that. I don't know if they are. I know. But we'll see I. don't know the Mountain Lake Lodge. Board clearly does not bow before nature. Though it does not know well. That's it I guess we'll have to revisit this in a few years to see what happens to mountain lake. Hopefully it'll come back not just from out in lake. Lodge prefer the culture as a whole culture that loves dirty dancing and try. that means everybody that short stuff is out. Stuff you should know is production of iheartradio's. How stuff works for more podcast iheartradio visit the iheartradio APP, apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows.

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72. Dirty Dancing (1987)

Full Cast And Crew

1:31:13 hr | 8 months ago

72. Dirty Dancing (1987)

"Well Marianne welcome to the full. Cast and crew podcast. I'm so excited to have you here. I guess today is Marianne. Thank you comedian. Radio host. Yeah Rochester native US right. Mid Century modern home refurbishing. You went deep other fairyhouse entrepreneur. Yes all of these are true. What did I miss? Are there any other thing? Is that true yes come on? Yes Suzuki Violin. Really I was five. Okay so we know each other because as a comedian you were a longtime cast member on a show that we produced world's dumbest he did the elevator. All right down to the ground floor laughter indeed. I was the world's dumbest girl I like saying that now that you've said you play the violin. I can't imagine how we never you. Why did you never bring that forward for use in the show not that? There's a lot of opportunities violin dumbest. I think that was the problem. I could have just brought it to every taping so anything today we were you one of those little kids violin class or as an adult pursuit no. I was since kindergarten sister. Helen and Barry Saint Pious Tenth. Taught Me Suzuki which was a double edged sword. Because you don't learn how to read music you listen and repeat so I have a really good year but when I was an orchestra in high school I had to buy the CD and listen for my part and then try to duplicate it interesting. It wasn't fun. How did we ever get you on? World Misdee- St Remember. I've asked You. You don't remember US you facebook message. Mir My space message me. You found me but I also knew my trainer in New York City. It might have been my mic. My recommended you could have been. I loved Mike and he. He's so funny. Yeah Yeah So. I think it's probably what it was. He was probably okay. You should check this person out or I saw your clip somewhere. I don't know yeah auditioned. And then I didn't hear back for a little bit and then I and they're like Oh just remind him sometimes he forgets and I was like Okay Jason. Did you WANNA use times? You know for. He'll never get back here. So it makes you realize like in entertainment. I don't remember the origin stories of even our own shows half the time. All right you know. I'm sorta whose idea was that. A guy and you realize why most people just sort of claim that everything is their idea. Because no-one really remembers like it's scary. How did we get that show together to get on the air that time? Isn't it funny like creative stuff? You just sort of. Forget unless you documented it and you were also in the first ever web series that meeting house production our home here produced with Heather Thompson. The brilliant and Funny Heather Thomson. The`see Gardner yes. Who else was in that Greg? Greg Wilson Print Model remodels brilliant. We met in opposing class. It was really exclusive. It was three grand cash. And you had to be invited by this guy that we met when Winona and Caroline Kennedy originally wanted to be print models but I just thought they can get much more exposure with my style of photography much more exposure. They would be so much more exposed. You don't get to keep the photos. He takes but we were told it was very likely they would end up on the Internet. Goodbye. I know I don't know we were just ahead of our time. We'll get there. Nobody was that was probably shit. Twenty twelve like literally. Yeah it was because I left the year after. Nobody was doing web series back. Then we I. It's a good web series. Check it out per model print models available chuck dot com or Facebook your weapons so and director's commentary android commentaries. Those were brilliant to. That's right those were your idea. You and Steve Willows. The Brilliant Steve Willis Director's commentaries. That project was so close to my heart because I love that kind of comedy like very met up directors. Commentaries were were. You've all if you're listening to the podcast presumably like movies you've followed along with director's commentary on the movies that you have well. Stephen Marianne had a brilliant idea to do directors commentaries for stock footage videos. So they'd have a crackling fire. And Hi I'd like to welcome everyone to director's commentary of Cozy Fire. Steve Willis the director. And I've got some special guests in the room with me. I've got Marianne. Hi Marian Cirque the vestal on the shoot. I don't know if people even yeah. Why don't you explain what name vessels sort of an ancient base goes? The fire candler the goddess of the hearth. How do you say it hurts or hearth? Technically it's heart but I'm not going to get into that. Okay I just handle the would now okay and you did a great job with that. Thank you We also have our cell man say hello. Hi How's it going? Everybody Jared Logan. I did sound on the The cozy fire. Can you guys hear me? Okay we we made it up. They were so funny. It was fun really again so head of our time. If only we could line things up. Like at the culturally appropriate moment. They'll be found so the movie discuss. Today I am asking people as you know people that I love about movies. They love disappointingly for you. We're not doing hocus pocus. Not Hocus pocus practical magic. What's the difference different? Okay describe the different pocus is garbage. I don't get the call love around Hocus pocus garbage win. Practical magic exists. I call it pragmatic. But aren't they both about little teenage girls one cartoon basically and the other is probably real. Okay Alice Hoffman's book. Practical Magic was made a new movie. Starring Nicole Kidman and Sandra Bullock in the nineties. Car Plate number two to nine. Am Obi that's changed. Angelos car come on now. We we stole it and it's a crime. I know this but but but he basically kidnapped her. And who do what he didn't really kidnap raid seats sort of like a little net. I didn't WanNa like it but I loved it. You refused to podcasts about it. No no I refuse. It's just that you then also offered the option to do dirty dancing. Which is what we're here today. I mean how can we not do that? I've been you know I'm a huge swayze fan. I know I've now read two books about Patrick swayze which is probably two more than most people have read. I love that. I'm a huge point. Break Fan oh about that. Nope I'm not forgotten about it because I read about Patrick swayze lately and I don't never mentioned what no it's insane I know. Well we did a whole podcast about it. You can listen to it. Oh that's right. I listened to the podcast and I think he did point break to pretty soon after after he did Dirty dancing dirty. Dan might have been. Let's look it up as I say it's often a podcast. About the sound of typing. I like that I love Google. I always give Google on the fly because that's what it's about. It's all sort of like figuring out here is if you know. This isn't a podcast where we like. Edit everything to sound like an instant recall over the Patrick swayze filmography. Although you you should be great I'd be like Oh yes. Nine thousand nine hundred ninety nine. I'm not that I don't have that kind of May raise it quite yet. What fucking with me right now. I'm not okay dirty. Dancing was eighty seven followed up by steel dawn. Tiger Wausau roadhouse. Oh Yeah Road. Next of kin ghost then point break so it was quite down the road. What what a roller coaster I. That's the thing about his career. That's so weird. I was just reading. I read his book his autobiography which has very weird tone in that. It's he's in it but he's kind of not at the same time in his own book. Memoir Fan so I'm going to read it because he's really honest like very open very honest about very difficult. Things Drug problem drinking problem near death almost killed himself in a plane problems with his wife. Or whatever at least in the emmy and they never had kids. Didn't they really wanted to have kids but they didn't. Oh they did. Yeah Oh you know. I hate to ask when couples don't have kids kids but I'm always dying to know you can't ask. No you know your mother ample have their own struggles in issues about having kids and you never can. Now people used to ask my wife Man I all the time. Why don't you guys have kids yet? Oh well really. Would you like to know right here? You go just bring s all down for the next and then the next one. Yeah we've been asked that well when you turn fifty like we are no one asks anymore. So you have to do is place and done man. What a pleasure to rewatch dirty dancing which I mean. Of course I know dirty dancing dirty dancing one hundred times but to get ready for the podcast and to take dirty dancing seriously seriously and learn about it. I'm so impressed with this movie. Did you encounter dirty dancing for the first time? I saw it in the movie theater when I was in seventh or eighth grade. What did you say one thousand nine hundred? Nineteen Eighty Seven. Saga had been going into seventh grade. And I remember going to soccer practice in the summer and saying I just saw dirty dancing and feeling so edgy. Feelings Catholic school a very conservative. My parents were like. Hey we're gonNA take it to the art how they weren't like I don't even know how we ended up at that movie. It's only pg thirteen. But still I was not thirteen and loving it just being obsessed with this girl that I even. Though she was older than me. In the movie I could relate to all of it and I just remembered wanting to dance like that right after telling all the girls and they were so jealous that I saw this movie that ended up being a big bigger Hicks. It wasn't a hit when I saw it right. So you saw spurs it's interesting. I've heard a lot of women in some of those things talk about their identification with Jennifer gross character. And you realize what a big deal that was as a character because that was not the glamorous movie star looking women that Ray probably in most movies right right right now and I feel bad sort of highlighting that but yeah I mean. That's right her thing wasn't it before she got the nose job. Yeah I mean which. She has a sense of humor about reading that she was on. Some short lived television series recently and like the running joke. She was playing herself and the running joke was her rhino plastic right gone wrong wrong just gone completely unidentifiable. Like right which is a little bit tough as an actor. It Looks Real. Pretty Bitch looks very generic now and she stood out before I of course loved and related. Because I've never been the girl. I have a gorgeous. Older sister doesn't look anything like me. She's got a different nose than me. And my sister which always made me feel so like jealous like I could have been something if I had that knows and so when I saw this movie I was like yes. She's the girl that nobody looks out when she walks room which I could relate to. And then she gets this guy. This guy sees beyond everything she sees beyond his body which constructing so they both sort of got seen for things that they don't usually get seen. Tony came here because my father. He saved her. I mean I could never do anything like that. There was something I mean. The reason people treat me like nothing's because nothing. That's not true you. You're everything you don't understand the way it is somebody like me last month. I mean Jujubes to keep alive this month. Women are stuffing diamonds. My pockets balancing on quick could be down there again. No it's not the way it is. It doesn't have to be that way. Never known anybody like you look at the world and you think you can make it better. Somebody's lost you find somebody's bleeding. Daddy is really braith. Took a lot of guts to go to heal. You're not scared. I'm scared of everything I'm scared of what I saw. I was scared of what I did of. Who I am and most of all. I'm scared of walking out of this room. Never feeling the rest of my whole life with you. I think I texted you the other night saying like who the hell else could have played this. Patrick swayze roll like one of the producers mentioned John Travolta but she said really interesting thing she said that Travolta has like love me is like Lincoln of wounded sad. Hurt like be dog care. Take Care of me is and Patrick. Swayze has kind of hooted. Dangerous is totally and she wasn't travolta kind of like wounded. It would've been different. It would have been different dancing for sure. Yeah but I don't think he has the same kind of Vural. Raggio thing that how easy anxious yeah yeah lizzy masculine and crazily masculine and and like kind of flipped. Because he's the beauty object in the movie right he's like shirtlessly with the black toreador pants off and the scenery talks about how he gets used the women and she's like you're using them and he's like no they're using me which you don't think about a lot you just sumo men just want to sleep with whoever and he was like. I'm actually looking for Salton. Someone really lovely piece of cake in here wet and it's all they want like come from the streets and suddenly you're up here. These women that were throwing themselves action and they smell so good and they really take care of themselves. I mean I I never knew women could be like that. You know so. Richardson God Damn Bridge. You think they must know about everything and they slip in the room keys. My hands two and three times a day. Different women so here. I think I'm scoring big writing for why you'd think hey it wouldn't be doing. They didn't care about me right. All right I understand no no. That's the thing ABC. It wasn't like that we did. You know that the woman who was kind of busty wife of the guy who just wanted to play cards and actually paying Patrick swayze like one hundred bucks to sleep with his wife's play Karston four in the morning last night together. Got Something worth she is the Co choreographer of the whole movie. Oh I didn't know that. I know she was supposed to be the mom older some switcheroo there. There was a switcheroo so she was close with Kenny Ortega legendary choreographer so they were kind of partners in choreography right. Wanted her in the movie? But there wasn't really a part and then the woman who ended up playing. The MOM was scheduled to be the character that this co choreographer was Vivian but then was scheduled to be the mom sorta health problem or something happened so they moved her over to the mom role and then they actually cast another actress in. Vivians part but then that didn't work out because that actor didn't have chemistry with Patrick. Or said something to him. Sounds like he could be a little touchy a little intense on the film sets because he took it very very seriously. So they got rid of that actor and then Kenner Tak- had joked with the choreographer saying you're going to be in the movie and she's like it's not going to happen and she had to be perfect for God. Couldn't have anybody more perfect than her. I love how she dances with him because she just sort of slowly moves around and it's funny that he had so much say in who got cast because it was a WHO's raising. Yeah like a low budget that we didn't think anybody would see the so. It was a movie that was being made for nothing and a time when there were no movies being made for nothing so there was really it was maybe also going to be a little like blue. Felt you know like a little like maybe my parents. I wouldn't want them to see this movie. I couldn't tell what the movie was. It was it was. I didn't have a sense of if it was gonna be really dirty and I was going to be like a pawn in this kind of weird softcore porn movie so I really didn't feel like a regular movie shooting either. It just felt like experiment or something. Yeah that's really amazing about. It is like the movie that's raising before this you know was a ten million dollar movie. So he's he. Outsiders like eight or ten million dollar movie in eighty three and then he did a bunch of kind of TV things Red Dawn. I guess that was and he was with Jennifer Gray and Red Dawn. That's right I don't think they got along very well right so I think she or he she she. I think they would both say they weren't necessarily enthused about the concept of working together. Because I think they really really differently. Jennifer Gray's lake from theatrical royalty grew up yeah Manhattan going to Private School Joel Grey. Joel Grey's father. Swayze is kind of like Houston Texas royalty. His mother is one of the most famous dance teachers in the country. Watts he swayze okay and he was from a young age trained classically and ballet and Kind of came from a whole other thing so you can imagine that kind of clashing but in a way that ended up working really really. Well Yeah and you pick up on it that energy. Because that's the way they were supposed to be in it like she's hybrid like from the streets cry wears black. Obviously you see the symbolism the sunglasses we get it Johnny Castle Castle that name that But like all great certainty roles like I don't WanNa say it's more than the movie because the movie is a really good movie. It is a good way. It works is an astrologer it's like immediate immediate but it's also not what it could have been like in a good way. It's it has substance. Yeah what it's doing. I mean I've read things where people are saying like. Wow this is one of the one of the earliest and best and truest kind of depictions of difficult abortion onscreen true. She's not played as a slut. She's not you know her. Her health and medical concerns. The concerns that the doctor have is about her being able to go on and have children like that was just as a concern for the doctor. As opposed to like well slut I can take care of this baby for you. But you know what you're doing now because I don't care and it's funny because when I think of dirty dancing I don't think abortion. No it's it is a huge thing. I mean it had. It was very edgy for them to put it in there but it didn't overwhelm it didn't become some like right heavy handed Think piece about those pro choicer life and you're right so for like four or five million dollar movie or eight million dollar movie that about abortion the abortion movie. That's what my parents called it when they took us not. Do they take you your parents teachers? They must have because I was with my sisters and I don't remember anymore who I went with. Didn't have you been them now. Would you have been into music at that time as a kid seeing this like what were you into in sixth or seventh grade? Oh was nerd. I was zone. I was a nerd but not like the cooler now. Like we're just picked on her. I you know again. My sisters were super popular and very very pretty. I was definitely like chasing after them and like tap dancing in the background. Trying to get some love you the youngest. Yes okay so attention been given to the two other children for no reason no reason that they came before you yeah but like in school and stuff they just got it handed to them and I had to work for it so these issues have been resolved sisters. I call one party sister. She's the oldest okay and she and I look a lot alike and then Lisa. I call fancy sister okay. So we have gorgeous fancy and Funny Fancy Party and already Fancy Party and funny thing I have meaner names too but But Yeah we so. Wait so back to going to your seventh grade. You're in Catholic school. Yeah Altar Server Okay Uniform Zionist Violin. I can't imagine why you weren't popular. Corier I got to take the mail from from the church to the School I also was the cleaner for the Teachers Lounge coach. I loved loved. Yes and I got to take the principal's lunch like I two shoes. I got in order. Nobody likes you into me. I was In a lot of plays I was Oliver Oliver play. I could see that gender morph but I was short hair long hair really short hair. Yeah okay so it worked. It looks horrible on me and my mom was like pull it off. You could pull it. Show is said that I'm like I don't think this is pulling it off performer. Yeah definitely I was a model and I was what was based on so many things that I did not no okay. Follow complicated layers of beauty and a woman. That's what you focus so as a as a young baby or the cutest baby baby and child up until like you know puberty puberty hit. I got fog. Louis and Lisa blossomed like she just looked like what did that come from and I remember the moment we were in Disney. Those profiles like the sharp and my mom they went. Let's have Lisa do it and I go. I won't one and I remember this. You'd be disappointed. That's the moment. I became a comedian saw work. I'm a personality. So you probably also relate to the sister relationship going on in thirty dancing because there's a little kind of tension there but they also when it when when it really counts. They are there for each other right. You know there's a little jealousy there's a little kind of I think the baby has the attention whereas the youngest from me. Just gotTa do anything. Just tell Mom Dad Tampa headache. I'm embedding checking in was okay. No least I don't have time Stewart. Milk no actually. I will speak to mommy. And Daddy should know you've been coming and going at all hours. And there's something fishy about it. I'm GonNa tell them right now. Is that weekend? You're supposed to stay with me when they went to his wedding in Washington. So so I'll tell them you left me all alone and spend it with jerome in Hampton Bays. But I didn't I stayed with. You won't believe you I never lie. Oh my God and my sister's name is Lisa so whole sitting there. I'm just wondering if that was I wasn't I wasn't conscious of it but yeah and what's test the deck Nell test or Delta Delta? Doesn't that pass it because they talk about like life to women have do something other than a man Jeff? Although the man was daddy like well talk about daddy they do talk about Robbie. The jerk waiter. I don't think they talk about giant hassle so much but they do have other conversations about lipstick. No like I duNNo. Check back to see if in fact she like it did but yeah they did. I did love the dynamics. I love the dynamic between baby and the dad are could definitely relate to that. I was always super close to my dad. Probably more so than my sisters and then yeah the one girl getting like the you know. She's The star you go to. You know what I mean. But then there's a switcheroo at the end. Isn't there yes. There is the youngest come up. Lisa's musical number is amazing of come on blue. Nope she wants to go should be able to do that. Sort of poorly. I always think somehow more impressive really. Well yeah trying to sing off key is not that. She's like she's so funny as she don't anything let's take a look. She so perfect for that. She really The casting is amazing. It is everyone is really well. Cast a not Cynthia Rhodes. Oh Yeah. She's Jane Brooker Lisa Houseman. Yeah Lisa Houseman. Working as of two thousand eleven waitress. Let's see what she was on one life to live eighty six. I'd love to see. She did an episode of Miami Vice then dirty dancing then. She's on crime story. Which is a Miami Vice Spin off? As you'll recall then Wiseguy bloodhounds of Broadway remember that. Yeah what about dish dog? Kevin's malls. No she hasn't worked much doesn't work my shoes funny very funny. Yeah she And Cynthia Rhodes she's a Broadway star. I remember her from a lot of stuff. Yeah SO CYNTHIA. Rhodes was Penny Johnson Skinny distracting Lee skin. A little distracting skinny like and babies Jennifer grace thin but just such different body types. Yeah Jeffrey Grace. Literally like a normal person movie is not what we're used to right so okay. Interesting Cynthia Rhodes crossover here. She's the woman in red in the Toto Rosanna video. Yeah she looks like a music which Patrick swayze is also in in the morning crazy. He's credited but he is one of the dancers. Oh funny and she's the woman in red. Who is the kind of d'appel Ganger I guess for Rosanna? Arquette myth that she's the inspiration for the song which he's actually not. We've we've blown that up on the podcast. Okay yeah she. I'm Cynthia Rhodes. I don't feel like could exist outside of the eighties or nineties. Like she just has that. Look where you're not gonNa like what she done? Well she was in flashdance. Yeah I know that which which Jennifer wanted more than she wanted life herself ninety Jennifer beals part absolutely what something like eight or nine times and it came down to basically between her and Jennifer beals and Jennifer beals ultimately ended up getting it. The I could couldn't you Jennifer Guyana. I could although I do think Jennifer beals is is better cast than Jennifer Gray in that moving but she describes being utterly devastated destroyed for years that she didn't get the part. I could see that and then it became huge became huge and Cynthia is also in staying alive the unfortunate sequel to Saturday s John. She's very familiar from that era. And then what she do. Then she married Richard Marx. Oh yeah so. They were married for quite a while. castings amazing. Because one thing I respect about Patrick swayze. It's easy now because everyone thinks like. Oh my God ghost dirty dancing. Calm Guy Everyone but you think way yeah. No roadhouse ch- but see all of his movies almost get mocked like they knew it teeters on cheesy it does has a tin eye. Sprinkling of love about this one particularly is it comes from a really like well meaning organic origination place. It's not a cynical studio move. Is this woman's story of her. Life was the Jennifer great character and she went to these resorts right right and so it starts from there and the fact that every single person involved always says like no one expected anyone to see this. They wanted almost straight to video right. Yeah just like a little movie. It's a studio movie. It's not a big budget and swayze's One time manager says that this happened all the time that he would get fixated on a particular role and she would be like. I don't I don't think that's a good move for you be like I have to do. This role is to do this part. Wasn't he almost going to become a teen idol? He was in some skate yet. Roller Skate town. Usa just first movie Raw. Remember when Roller Skating was lonely sport? The skaters discreet skates were obsolete. And the background had no beat at all times. Sure have changed and they They said something like you're supposed to be an all these movies after that. And he said no and being like I could never imagine saying no to that. Because you know it's not like what he ended up becoming. Was that much of a step away from tonight. All you know maybe like mom idol. Who like older ladies ended up swooning over him? He ended up still becoming soon. Swoon worthy. He's one of the. He was one of the biggest stars in Hollywood in his time. Yeah yeah he was famously offered. I think a three or a six picture deal after skate. Town. Usa. Maybe the movies were so bad. But even Elvis said bad horrible movies for money I think he just Kinda knew. Well I think coming up the way he did with his mother and his father and kind of being in and around show business somewhat in his formative years and also kind of having this drive that you can in reading. His both his autobiography and the biography of him he always had this This focused drive which which he ascribes to coming out of the ballet world which is like you can always be better. There's you're never there. It's so strict so stranded. There's never a perfect line and also it sounds like his mother was very demanding and he was always trying to prove himself to his father first and foremost as a man because he was. He's a Ballard ballet kid in the seventies in Texas and so he was made fun of he was picked on. It's not masculine all of these things. Which kind of remain an issue for him when you read the books a little bit throughout his whole life. There's a sense of kind of a tortured soul in there and I'm not sure what the engine is that bad but because that's all like our society which I hate that word but it is like everybody and it's funny because people mock kids and ballet or theater and yet who were the people that get the most famous tell movie stars and dancers and singers. Yeah but we don't want to encourage boys for some reason to be in dance theater class right and I think now it's probably getting better. But certainly when he grew up and I think the way that he that he dealt with that was by simply being the best. We're so he was like the best in Houston but then he moved to New York and got a job dancing with a prestigious ballet company in New York City and he describes these kind of like. I went from being the biggest fish in the small pond of Houston ballet to being basically nobody except super hot no matter no matter where he went But kind of a serial monogamist to hear him. Tell it and hear his biography talent. You know what I mean. He wasn't he doesn't portray himself and doesn't sound like he was like a relentless womanizer even at the height of his fame. We he wasn't no. He was more of a serial dater. He likes his wife for a very long. So like he was with her from the seventies they had a couple of periods where they were separated during his body. He's kind of opened. The book is kind of cool. 'cause he talked pretty openly about really surreal. It would kind of be and a little bit mimicking that speech in dirty dancing right which you know. They don't look inside. Imagine like you know. I'm sure it's probably fun for Lake. Yeah I five years Sur. Five years that's quite a run andrew that you're gosh the hottest most beautiful ladies board well and it's also just men in general. When they reached their thirties they start saying. Oh maybe I should look at something else other than just living for myself this. Yeah yeah it takes guys until what thirty New Yorker? La Up no yeah Yeah New Yorker La. I'd say it takes longer you. I think women are more mature and smarter. Younger men are yeah. Goes without saying but more emotional. That's a good thing because like I think the one thing that's true about swayze throughout his life and a lot of these movie roles is for a guy with this this macho image on the one hand but then also this like romantic side which yeah everything he taps into immediately and he has this juxtaposition in a way that like Travolta doesn't have that totally Travolta's not romantic right for some weird strange way sort of like I think. I know why I got a couple guests. Couple guesses there. You're right that if you look at all the swayze movies they're all they could be characterized as a little too a lot cheesy right yet or you could buy in to buy it and just go for it which which actually think this movie. It's easier to do that with this movie than any other. Swayze movie I've never seen ghost. I have nursing. Goose I mean is it worth seeing. Is it good? It's great. It's a rain? Oh Yeah Ghost yeah see now I understand? It's a great it's a it's cheese. Okay if you like cheese will porn what I'm saying. Does it have like dancing substantive movie right that is easy to digest? Yeah There are some plot points. That aren't that a realistic psychic lady. I wonder what she told you. Want to know exactly what you said. Stop this happen to you tonight. Does this have anything to do with her? Being at the bank today Ferguson said she closed an account. Name isn't even automate Brown. It's Rita Miller or something. I have to say there is a cheesy D- plotline of a murder or something you know there's some there's for sure awesome. She's but I think you would enjoy it. But I think there's more going on your dancing than there is in Ghost. It sounds like yeah. They're they're more compelling relationships for sure obviously swayze's greatest dancing without discussion is boaty in point break question. That's the distillation the discussion. We were having just come on. Think about it was never about money for us. He was about us against the system that system that kills the human spirit. We stand for something to those dead souls inching along the freeways and they're metal coffins. We show them that. The human spirit is still alive. So you trust me. Don't worry about this guy. I know exactly what to do with him. Point break was for sure joke. Movie people made fun of Quaint Briggs. Actually really important action movie because it has a lot of differences is for its time in terms of an action. Moving number was directed by women. Great number two is not. Kiana was not your typical action hero. Lead at the time he was also mocked forever. Now one become thoughts right yeah. He's having a definite moment as the millennial say yes job in a moment next. I'm Marianna Kirk. Yeah that's a good right. Don't mock it because I mind. Who's having a moment when you see point break which I'm GonNA encourage you to? I guess I'm seeing tonight. Swayze is so different from all these other. Swayze's that we've that we've seen that's kind of what's impressive. Okay Blake in point break. He is without question the coolest person on the screen. They only live to give radical. They don't have any real understanding of the sea so they'll never get the spiritual side of. Hey you're not gonNA start chanting or anything I might me so You still have. Writing is all about heavy to state of mind place where you lose yourself and you find yourself. You don't know it yet. But you got it right there. That's what those guys you're pit. Bullied in hesitate. And they didn't back down an inch and that is very rare in this world. Thanks for stepping. In later because he wears a leather jacket no just these embodiment Embodiment of the character. And the he's totally different an entirely different molecular person than he is dancing. Okay and it's this this kind of ability that he has to transform himself and believably thing and it plays into all the swayze self-belief will you know like drive determination and how you so it's yes. The movie is pretty silly surrounding that shirt but the performance of body is incredible. I M intrigued sold. Yeah I'll watch it on the train home tonight speaking Jennifer Gray and not to fail the Bechtel test ourselves. But did you know that she previously dated Matthew Broderick Michael J. Fox Johnny Depp and George Stephanopoulos One? How's that for a list? They're me that last one through may so anyway not to define Jennifer gray through a romantic entanglements but that was a very odd list. Matthew Broderick Michael J. Fox Johnny Depp George Stephanopoulos and that's where it through. But they're all little. There's a funny story that Eleanor Burstein. Who'S THE ESPN Ryder Right? Who is the woman who's life is kind of like baby's life after swayze have been cast in the movie? She happened to be traveling through an airport with him in a lot of the stories about the arrest three. He's a Texas boy. He's got these manners. These southerners doors for people. Yes ma'am no sir all this kinda stuff. They're walking through an airport she said Oh. Hold on Patrick. I WANNA stop and get hot dog. And he said no come on. Let's just go to the gate and he just kept walking and she was like. She is a southern southern manner. Like what's going on. She said No. No I just want to stop and get hot dog. We just can you just stop and get a hotdog secretive. Exasperatingly stopped and she said within minutes they were surrounded by hundreds of middle aged women who were like grabbing his ass touching him. Oh and flocking to him. Oh my gosh sex symbol. That he was and he kinda give her look like. This is why I didn't want to stop. The hotdog grabbed his own. No and that's his life. That was his live and in a fish bowl. Yeah once that he also said that there was something called the hundred plus club. Did you hear about that? That was women who saw dirty dancing in the theater. Over one hundred times do they let them bring their cat fan or one of the things I want to ask you about. You lived in incredible. Sitcom setup in real time just after we were working together on world's dumbest as you said you're from Rochester. You're living in Los Angeles. You're having a thriving career as a comedian. You'RE ON TV on a couple of different things. There was a lot going on. Then you returned home and moved into your childhood room in your childhood home. Tell us the story of how that came about. I went home to do a stand up comedy in Rochester over the Christmas break wants. My Dad had been diagnosed with Alzheimer's maybe a year before and when I got home I realized it wasn't going well from my mom who the caretakers end up sharing the brunt of it the house was big soy headlined at the Comedy Club and I did the radio to promote it. When I was there the Guy Brother we said I'm looking for a girl you know we need a Co host and I was like that's not GonNa Happen but thanks for the offer. Sure then I went home Back to La and I had bedbugs in my apartment. My parents were like yeah. You know we do need you to visit more. We need some more help and my roommate was leaving so and then I got this job offer so I was like I think all signs are pointing towards heading back home. I was thirty six and I was tired. I was tired of like Going on the road and trying to make ends waitressing every now and then to fund a lot of fun TV but but not it wasn't steps hard to make a living. Yeah wasn't study and so I did it. I just packed up and I went home and it was. It was great that I got to be with my dad. The last few years of his life. I guess it was boy. It was five or six years. I got to be there that long so now that I four year yet. Pathway and maybe two thousand seventeen. Yeah so for years so I did radio morning radio that job ended and then I got an offer in Baltimore but I did Was able to be with my mom and dad for a ton of time. I was his caretaker. We went to movies every week. Would you go to my gosh what you wanted to say or did he care what we saw everything literally because just because after a while you've seen them all would you take him to like okay. We'll see you went to like all this sort of appropriate movies that you'd want to go with your dad. Would you go to some like already thriller? Wait we went to movie. Yes we did was the Chris. Rock top five top five. Yeah hyped movie. Oh God I went with my dad. Thinking comedian or whatever it was there was a threesome scene in it. That was so graphic so over the top and I am a born and raised Catholic. I was still pretending to be a virgin. At this point. I was buried. No you had to pretend to be a virgin. Yes Ernst because if I wanted to thirty six matter I oh my robin I started dating. I never slept override. Lie and say I was going to Stacy's house and he thought it was absurd and I was like absurd but we do what we have to appease on parents. Yes what am I going to be like their twilight? Bobby's without using. It was horrible so seeing the scene with him. This is a Sitcom you realize horrible. Yeah and so we saw was he. What was his. So you're sitting next to your computer. Popcorn Sodas Popcorn always soda and is he just like munching away? I remember him shaking his head. No and I was like Oh. This is awkward. We definitely looked away together. It was like when I have my three cents for or form. Yeah he critiqued. It really heavily. My God that's awkward. It was horrible. We saw any self deprecating comments to try and break the tension or trying to get the moment. We just hit our faces because it wasn't appropriate for us to look and I don't know what sex is at this point so urgent. I've never sixty one of the weird things. I was one of the other weird things when you go to a movie with a guy with Alzheimer's is always tough when he would go to the bathroom because I didn't know like is he going to find his way back and I didn't WanNa follow him and make him uncomfortable like Europe being. You don't know there was a lot of that whereas freedoms had to be taken away and I had to be gentle about how you know coach through that. But he always found his way back He never he never got lost. Well I think that's such a brave in an an impressively mature choice that you made at that time and I also think that and I remember at the time that there was some you know. Obviously some sort of consternation over whether you should do this or whether you shouldn't do this leaving L. A. And that is such a classic Sitcom set up that if even though you actually lived it if you try to write it out and sell it as a Sitcom these shows don't work very well because it's so unbelievable this it's like Oh everyone always moving home with their parents doesn't happen in real life anybody so I'm sorry it's a pass right now. Yeah Yeah and and you're like no actually did live it and have the actual stories right that that are worth it but the gift of being able to be there for your father for your mother is is incredible. Yeah and it really was for my mother because I was different. You know. Alzheimer's a lot of people think you just forget when it's actually a morphing of your personality. He became like Teen Dad and he was nothing like the intelligent for quiet guy. A whole different person that you know to be very honest. I'm not even sure I liked the new guy because I'm like who is this person. And why is that happening? Is that some sort of chemical thing that's going on in Russia and linked to frontal lobe. And then you know their stubborness. And it's like their child gaining. You have to say no to your dad and say you can't drive anymore. We pretended to be the doctor and we we told him. You CAN'T DRIVE. Or The ordinance he can. You believe this can you. Can't they say their side it? Yeah and he wasn't bathing so we had to write another doctor note. That said we really need to take bads every other day. You know so. There was a lot of like creative manipulation. That felt horrible. But it's almost like having a child and like the things you do to for their best interests and then you know mom hung onto him like he lived at home for way. Too Long Rolling. You need to let them right go somewhere else. He needs help and hopefully finally told them that you had had sex. I hate to tell you. Desk sat them down. I told him all those nights. I'm staying over at House. She shared with Robbie in Biblical. Because I was always at Stacey's like well he likes to to you like her like Jason. You said something to me on social media that was inappropriate so risky but so funny. What was it was it? It made me laugh so hard and I'm like I cannot believe you did this. I wrote I had picture. It must have been after I had the baby or no. I was pregnant and put an old picture of me and like Jean little shorts or something and I'm like back with thin and you. That's not too thin you're out that's not very good and I was like like through my hair back. I was like I can't believe he wrote that and I wonder if you remember remember should I write this? I remember that and I remember thinking before hitting setup like you know. What if you can't make jokes like this to really funny comics? Who can you make them too? And she will appreciate that it was. I think as a general rule of thumb. You can't make any jokes about anyone's appearance. I should probably a little more closely at that point. No it was so funny and that's one of my fav- that was one of my favorite Interaction favorite. But it's a little bit. It was a little complex for you. Did you had to process it? A little bit sounds like just laughed. And I love that. You're still diehard facebook. Am which is so old an embarrassing. It's GONNA burn how to. My daughter knows how to do. Snap way better than I do. Oh I don't even think it's tick tock. Now Yeah Tick Tock but that's like you to make videos or something. Dan Dancing Justin Instrument. I can make barbed comments mean girls girls on facebook. China remember a simple simpler for them. Time to be like going back to your timeline. Six photos she posted mean. All right what else. Let's too far with dirty dancing. So God it's such a good movie though it's on what every Sunday somewhere. It was on this Sunday. Oh that's right so I was texting you. You were like. Are you watching it on Bravo? I wasn't I was watching it on I tunes but it was on TV S. I couldn't believe it I was like what are the odds. Jerry Orbach jury easily tune face to write such an expressive face. He played he played. He could have been to mention. You know what I mean like. It could have been just the dad but you saw a lot with him especially with his relationship with baby. I love I thought it was really like one of those again. One of those things. That could have been so much less. But because you have an actor Jerry Orbach and you have the kind of the complexity of like their relationship and sort of the truth it. It feels like truth that like she could say anything to him. And you know you always told us to come to you if you have a problem. We'll have a problem and skirling abortion. He doesn't ask and he just know. Someone's in trouble. Would you give your daughter tournament and dollars and at this point if inflation help states five hundred? Dan I need five hundred dollars. You said if anybody don't try would I would require knowledge of what it was for. No I wouldn't be worried about the that that part. I'm not worried about the illegality right. I mean unless it's like five hundred dollars to buy crack so I can sell it and then you know but hear me out. I'm going to sell for a higher. But if she was like I need five hundred dollars. Because someone's in trouble and I said well what's the trouble If I can't tell you I she would tell me. I would get it out of her. Would you can't hide terrier back. Didn't he was just a good old data shorthand filming shorthand to illustrate trust between father and daughter. So you don't have that with your daughter what we're saying you couldn't have like any minute seniors while baby. Let's let's go okay. Tell me but let's go through some broad categories to someone have a drug problem. Someone in jail knows someone pregnant. Oh so you're not answering so someone is pregnant is it you? It's not you damned Dad WanNa play. You know. That's that's talking about. You would not be a fun dad. Go to for five hundred dollars for friends. Abortion and also Jerry Auerbach's face at the end of Lisa's song is so when they cut back to him and he's it's not that good truth to us so brilliant and his face when she does the big apology by the Lake. Proud of myself. But I'm in this family to and you can't keep giving me the silent treatment. There are a lot of things about you know what you thought. If you love me you have to offer things about me I love you. I'm sorry that you I'm so sorry but you let me too and she's like you know you disappointed me tell yes and I was trying to figure out what the hell he did to disappoint her by taking a judge. Johnny he judged Johnny Judge the book by its cover. We'll yeah fair enough dude. Johnny did say I'm responsible for her. So Yeah Yeah Yeah. Leather Jacket and sunglasses and like black toreador pants with like a sleeveless t shirt so Johnny Castle Fair enough. Yeah swayze does bring that kind of wounded misjudged. Yeah why are you going to think about you? Know he talk like that in the movie. He sounds southern almost in it will he is. He's from Texas. Well actually from Philadelphia Right. He doesn't nail the EX. It's ambiguous bad guy. Tough guy accent often dance class you see the torso who says listening God. Yes and the arms okay. Here's two things. I always think are hilarious about the movie. One at the end right the surprise dance summer Johnny Castle and the dance team. Come in and take over the season. You ever great doesn't know she's getting up on stage and dancing yet when she does she just happens to not not wearing like underwear like dance. Leotard address. Yeah Yeah it was appropriate. Nobody wears running right Well so I'm saying that's like a costuming. That's a movie magic moment as well. I shouldn't worry about that distracted you. Yeah because I'm looking for various tude strain really. Yeah what's that word mean? Similitude the property of seeming true of resembling reality resemblance to reality realism Douglas. She should have just been wearing regular clothing. Dungarees DUNGAREES RIGHT AGREES. What was nineteen forty forty two all of a sudden but it was the end. I mean it was form aware because everybody was dressed up. The mom had a top asleep. But if you were at that thing you would not be wearing a leotard under your dress. Okay that right very stickler point. It's not a stickler point. Give me a reason why there's a million of those moments would be wearing a leotard. No I'm saying that's clearly a movie. Fix It moment because a lot of those in this movie. Well okay. Here's another one okay. Does it bother you that some of the songs I thought? Okay they also did choreography. Plan that nobody knew about down the aisle there aren't there aren't moments where the narration of film stops and all of a sudden choreographed dancing breaks out. Right it's not Greece right right now. When we did grease on the podcast it was fascinating to hear that choreographer talk about how tricky it really is to do that in a movie because here we are watching the movie we're watching John Travolta and living John and they're having a conversation and then all of a sudden the movie stops and we have to transition somehow into this song and dance. It's really hard to do but one of the things that the director of dirty dancing wanted was not to have that type of thing happened in the movie. Right and think of it as a musical. I don't think of it as musical either or an abortion movie or even a dancing movie because when she when baby when the when the watermelons which watermelons and they they burst door. There's but it's not like a number but it's supposed to be people dancing. It's supposed to dance people doing their laundry and also step. I'll change now. You mentioned the lashing which there is some organized thing but it's really just a walk in formation down the aisle. It's pretty complex. Step well and they all win. What's movie magic you know? Then she's not wearing underwear like it's the same thing real all those dancers dance ready. The real thing you should be bothered about is why they're performing to a song that would not exist in nineteen that that has instruments that weren't even invented in nineteen sixty on other monks. Yes songs are fucking amazing. It is oh time of my lack this swift the music. In general they picked a great classic ones mimics. Except she's like the wind will really will will will you are going to shit. He's like the wind. Yeah Marianne he's not do way. And that's a brilliant song. She's like the wind. Yes through my tree okay. That's not a great line. I'll give you that. That's the main line. That's only say I. I don't think it comes back more than just like who puts baby in the corner. It's like okay. Nobody could stay long fine. But I'm just GonNa look the lyrics. I three yeah. She rides the night next to me. Moonlight only burn me with the Sun. Whoa WHOA I didn't know that deep she's taking my heart but she doesn't know what she's done feel her breath in my face and that could be good about come on everybody. Close to me is a great. That's a great moment in the song. Can't look in the eyes. I kept saying she's out of my league and it's just too violent anything. She's locked away a dramatic song. This gives me goosebumps. Oh Wow yes was revealing. I don't like it doesn't management shot. Listen Shit she might be me. Did you play that at your wedding giant I love? She's like the wind. That first line that I have problems okay. She's like the wind through my tree. And yes so bad choice better now. What's better the chorus improve the lyric? She's like the wind through my tree. She rides the night next trees. You have something with me. That's not tree. Oh she's like the wind through my tree. Where do I have to rerun She's like the wind through my tree right next to me. She rides the night dishes. Start with that. She rides the night next to me like a wind through my tree. Yeah see seeing. It's like she's like the wind near delicately near the sea. No she's like the wind so delicately. She rides the night next to me that. There's a better way better than my tree. Is that a euphemism or something. Oh it's about the gentle breeze of leaves and love Iran as you're not a romantic what it took to free to realize that okay but that's a great song. I love that song and the I mean. Oh my God the ending song son know. What's on your plan? Stay with me your yeah I was like I am actually welling up over this ridiculous concept in a movie and the only part that is not releasing the tears that she was wearing a dance. Leotards doc on that that that lifts to is so easy iconic and and reproduced our wedding. We did a joke of it. You did we did. We don't choreographed dance. We didn't want to do that right. You know brides and grooms do that. So the only thing we did was He backed up and shook his head like that. Like Ron and I did a big run and then we just did a high five but we built it up. You build it up. Sold the moment and then we did that. Over and over again everybody Join Yeah let's hit that it works see Emma Comic Tree. It always bothered me even as a kid seeing the movie. Why is this music not period And I'm trying to think of other movies other myriad movies. They'd get away with that. Yeah like they don't do that in. Greece. That whole movie. Moulin Rouge No. It was all modern though But that's like A. That's like an intentional modern remake. Or you know what I'm saying. They're steady they're trying to like in this world. That song like I guess. In Greece or songs are not fifties figure thing was the instruments wouldn't've even existed. Well there are some synthesizer in the song at the end. The certainly she's like the wind is not a song that would have existed in nineteen sixty five right so you wanted to you or do you think it would have worked with all classic. No Right he works perfectly lightness. And it's just one of those weird things that I could imagine in the moment if I was the director I'd be the one talking. Everyone out of this Bill Medley Jennifer warnes classic is. I'd be like why why we can't have that. That's not a period song that's when you get fired fired from Malaysia. What are you talking? He Wears Leotard. 'cause she just happened to have it on all right Jason again. I offered you the chance to give me a convincing argument for why that would be occurring. And you weren't able to see so to warn she were a leotard on the you know the peach tank top. That's a leotard that she were dancing down the stairs. That's and do you know what that's like. More of a tank top shirt. I thought it was Elliott. It looked you trauma when she's wearing the jeans shorts yup that's Leotard because that what what. She was also preparing for a dance. Performance everything do you WanNa know Little Trivia about that? Do that lipstick that she takes out and put it on. I believe it's the IRIDESCENT Beige Lipstick. Lisa's looking for at the end. You know that scene. Whoa yeah she wears. Beige your distant lipstick. And only right you think. I think you've got that because that's like a sister thing. Yeah picked up on that. Like in 'cause she put it on weird like she didn't really want to do it right and she fumbles with. Your right isn't usually wear makeup. Thanks wow you're welcome. Damn what do you call that an Easter egg? I don't even know it's an Easter Egg. Okay what about Hungary is? That's a fucking amazing pop song. Tao I mean. It's all very eighties. It's not my favorite genre. I love the medley during hungry is talking about the part the music right when it goes into the chorus and the background singers. Join Eric Carmen. Right the way they hungry. That's there's a genius there. Oh I never analyzed that. Do you ever listen like I? When we did grease on the PODCAST. I became obsessed with. You're the one that I want and listening to it over and over and over and over again because it's like a a an incredibly brilliantly constructed piece of Pop music and once you fall into that rob hall. It's for me. It's very hard to because at the date rape one. I can't remember what's the one that song does. Did she put up a fight? Yeah no it's not. It's not that but but as we talked about it on the podcast that is there is a lot of rape. E weirdness and Greece. Watch it now sure. That was what they did back then. What EVERYBODY SAYS. But it's like it was raining complain like this movie isn't really that way except for Robbie who's like just this jerk Thorough Med school guy. Or whatever the hell is supposed to be right. Oh but hungry is the medley as wonderful because it really shows her transformation from the innocent you know Klutz to this can like figuring out her own womanhood and I think that's the the pink tank top moment right. Oh really is that no no maybe not jazz your song. I think just sort of like a dancer. Song guys is like when they're practicing together right it. It's pretty great. Also I mean again I mean conceivably. She could have like gotten a lift from the shuttle to the town to pick up some dance clothes. That were required okay. You know WHO's leotards is. She wearing didn't happen. That's some of your annaborough woman. You don't know nearly in many scenes wearing fond dance class but does the catskills. I'm sure they're just has that stuff. Line dance classes. Yeah who yeah. Have you ever gone to a place like this? That has all these like programmed activities. This is like my idea of the worst vacation schedule. I hate that Stein. Any kind of performance thing like when I when we take our daughter to Disney theme restaurants. I get extremely interior and withdrawn. Because I can't play along I can't just find the fun to play along. I was like Oh God the over. Someone's going to interact with me. You've character so right because I- Improv with grumpy. We went to find that so heartbreaking because they can't talk back there does not in their hat and Amanda always turned acting. That's acting life. That's the life of an actor right. You know yeah in fact I think Both swayze and Cindy Rosenberg. They both did some time in the theme park world theme park. Yeah Okay like dancing in theme park shows. I actually went to okay so the that thing I did the Disney dinner with characters recently. Yes that Oh wait in your weird non trip to Disney was that that was so mad. I didn't understand what was going on. I know so we went to Orlando no but we didn't want to go to Disney because it was too expensive. It's it's seven grand and we didn't. We didn't mean to seven grand to go to Disney. I three large tickets day. Maybe a hundred and fifty bucks a piece right. We just dropped. He's really Anti Corporation and just anti-disney he's never been and I love. I do love Disney so I agreed will wait until she's older and she can walk. Sure out at four five three. Yeah so we did do dinner with characters and then we jokingly we went to an arcade and we said this is Disney like this messing with her and she did it for the social media. Clap Shit sure Michigan. They're like here's Epcot. Might as well be yeah. Don't waste your money but we do the character dinner and that was. I love that reminders. Doing Banter with the character frumpy came over and I was like watch out in the woods. Grumpy we hear. There's some poison out that I would have to get up from the table and walk away. I would. I would be so uncomfortable. It rule. It's hard because they don't answer back there and go and shrug and then I had to keep up the banter and definitely was accorded one at Disney. Where the Princess's come around and they do talk. Yeah and heartbreakingly and our daughter is very shy about that type of thing and it's Aria and but this one time we were at the lunch or dinner and aerial came by my daughter was concerned. This was Ariel Ariel And through her shyness. She said you're my favorite. Your heart just cracks open. You know how much it meant so much to her to say. You're my favorite and the one player I said you're my favorite to take. You know what I'm sending Robbie over later that's so funny. You have an anti-corporate that's going to be tougher for every does not want to spend money. Bro Seriously. Why that's great. That's great I mean you have to learn. When do you kid- her budget was for wedding? Five hundred dollars. No more than that. I mean like one hundred people. It was like five grand. Wow that's impressive. It was like that. I don't really have a problem with because you know it's not really needed to spend it also. Sounds like I probably wouldn't have to be at the wedding for more than like an hour. Well we had a lot of barbecue. It was great but yeah let me tell you to. I went to a theater camp in the catskills. You did. It reminded me of the the. There's a lot of nostalgia there for me. Stagedoor manor is the name of it. Oh of course Jerry. I saved up babysitting money for three weeks. And did you kill it there? I did do really well there. I started off. No one knew me and I didn't get big parts but by the end I remember them being like we should have given you this part. I'm laying right and then I'm like next summer bitches you'd be really good stage actor. I loved that's what I wanted to do theatre well. Why don't you do that now? Because I've mom guilt but I was theater major when you're away for. I work all day and then go under rehearsal. True Do Someday. She should be a trunk. Baby like Jennifer. Gray was oh. That's JOL yeah. He's taking around. She was like on the set of cabaret. Probably I bet you know. Watching wasted teaches a kid a certain thing. I wish right certain Showbiz. You know yeah. I got a bucket list someday. I think you'd be really good stage. I Love Theater. Yeah that was my goal regional theater at all I wanted to do. Let's move onto your latchkey. Tv selection so right these are some of the shows that were important to you. Growing up yes. A Wide Swath of interesting shows here. I don't think anyone has chosen your first one little house on the prairie. That was kind of the only one I could that. That is the strongest obsessed obsessed obsessed. Okay what was it that you're obsessed with a light? Play the theme here for you. I know the hill. Yes you can narrate this. Because we'll play this and talk over the carriage on the top of the hill with the wildflowers. Running down the hill and tripping and falling. I missed this show as a kid. Dude let remember her Michael Landon. He's a good looking man. Yes trashy I don't Remember Carolina now. That's not her caroline's Ma Ma Carolina's her name. But I don't know on these three Kids Melissa Gilbert yet Sarah Something Melissa Sue Anderson. She goes blind refusing to Melissa's I wouldn't have cast them and carry. Her name is Karen. That wasn't a plan moment when she felt like that in no not at all get up and run Lindsay Shannon dougherty was in she was there was a lot of famous people. Shannon deller. Yeah wasn't in the early sixties. No no no. No no this really well. Nineteen seventy four or was it. Maybe I watch reruns then I was on. I mean I watched it in the eighty s and my family hated it. I would come home. They'd be they'd here at night. They'd be like you're watching it again. I loved it. Nobody else did and that and I'd watch wizard of Oz on the VHS. Tape a lot obsessed with. Judy Garland a lot like a lot on once a week. Couple Times songs or I didn't even like the songs. Oh No just love the whole gone to another land okay and on Little House on. The prairie was identification with one of the girls. Laura for sure Laura Ingalls Laura Ingalls with the braids and your hair that way. No I had short hair. Look like a boy. Did you have here by choice? No my mom did it and I didn't have Julian. You're the third. We're not getting into be doing hair every morning. That times over so short hair is a green. Look for you. You can pull it off Yeah Laura just the being PAS favorite. I was always dad's favorites. I just loved their era. Okay think I read the books? Yeah that was a good one. It seems like a show where like emotions happened to a lot of our trial there. Like bad moments like sadness. Life was tough on. The pro-life was really tough on the prairie and I remember the one where she escaped to find gold and she got lost and killed herself or something took her braids out. That was a big one. Did you experience these things very dramatically as a theatrically inclined? You know. I just enjoyed it? I don't know if I got real super invested so you're like dancing around the high prairie and I acted out I would make sauce and stir it like a pilgrim would cause making sauce Marinara Ragu. Pilgrim's making a soup now. I put brand new in a pot and stirred at like mob Paul. You're ready for the Spaghetti. What is your favorite dish cinnamon chicken? Did you hear that? Nellie will it's only specialty. The mix thanks. I was improving the problem. It's like I'm going to say that. Very similitude okay. Vegetable stew right. Okay my Riggott Tony Tonight. Where's Pau or panic okay? This is another strange sort of not strange but just an interesting choice twilight zone. Oh yeah the old one. So how did you get into that? Because I was a loser. I mean you're losing go out. I didn't like going out on weekday nights like in junior high and stuff I would watch. Tv alone in the kitchen in my robe and that would always come on. And I loved the writing. Everyone had an eye for quality story and also a lot of twilight zone. Twists are dry and it's kind of like comic writing in a sense like it's science fiction but Karma a lot of the twists are shadow or things that I think a future comment would appreciate. Sir Go is love reading. I can't ever get time to read. So guess what. You're the only person left on earth all the time to read because there's no other human certain ironic likes the ones where people got. There's guns served in a weird way like comeuppance sure. Yeah Good vengeful. He's right right. There's like Suzanne would have parties in the basement and I'd be like eating instant mashed potatoes and AEROB- watching TV and the guys would come up and below goo making me and I'm like I'm I don't need to. I don't need to impress your sense of self worth value. Sir Step aside person and you WANNA be down there partying with the cool kids. Never never no come on. They weren't nice. They were Nice. They were stupid too stupid and you could tell that they were stupid and popular even though you were how many years younger than they Four years younger and I thought they were silly so you already could tell sort of social structure and hierarchy was kind of bullshit. I did the wrong things right. Remember they would say really horrible things and I'm like I don't like you. They did really mean things I remember but they were cool and popular and football stars or but they did stuff that everybody went with. And I'm like if you thought about that. That's that they like waved money in front of homeless people. Yeah no it's true. I mean the all the popular kids at high school didn't turn out well right right all of us who had no popular and that's been now. Now look at us on a podcast. Eat your heart out guy. You beat me up and sixth grade. Now beat you. Oh yeah they did once twice once or twice eight and it's not a fighter no move interact one of my worst one of my worst stories Which is now of course the the the thing that feels the worst moment is the greatest comedy now oh yeah but I once got beat up quote unquote because the fight consist of him hitting me wants me crying running away in seventh grade for a long time to have that kind of like humiliation occur sir but he was actually the he was the star of all the musical theater productions at our engineer high for some reason we challenge he's like we had a fight right because in those days it's probably like late seventies early eighties. Somebody would just be like silo are mean you after school at the field. Three o'clock and like somehow I would show up like now now. It occurs to me like just. Don't show up. Who Cares your was you know but yeah but that's what you think in your mind but everyone's going. Oh well let's just go. Nobody's really that invested in whether you show up showed up true but in your mind you think I've got to show up. Yeah gotta go. That was the thing that was a thing but of course in this town West Haven Connecticut ten years behind the Times so that was probably more like it was like leftover culture from the fifties sir. They were still living out in the late. Seventy six. So yeah. There's a big crowd of people and like wow I was like. Why are we doing this? I don't have any. I've I've talked it out. Tried to but then he hit me in the jaw and I started crying ran away. You did yeah. Was this the only fight? Well that was one and then they had one later where somebody's boyfriend accused me of saying something about his girlfriend which wasn't true is actually really liked his girlfriend and grew up with her neighborhood but he too declared that we were going to have a fight in God. I Way I remember hiding in my math teacher's classroom and he was like what are you doing here? I can't do on the hallway because Mike Shar is going to beat me up. I was like well can't really you gotta close the three so I had to go out and then same thing had one hit me once and then I never tried to hit back. No no I don't know anything about I didn't know how to hit. Anyone rate was a seventh grader. Yeah how did they know? We're westhaven tough the tough okay. Wow So yeah. I was not of that culture. We moved into that town and I was just this Bush. Yeah Kid who had like animal posters on his wall. I wasn't looking at fight. Anybody trying to survive here kids right. Listen so want to run a podcast. Someday yeah man and talk about inconsistent who I need help. I needed your additional bizarre. Show for a girl to watch him. Don't be sexist. That will it was on was on and we didn't turn it off all put it that way. Me and Lisa me and fancy would come home and watch general hospital or human. Oh Yeah it was. Just the Lucan Bora Era Gyros for you. Cool which now is like so trendy and cool to be entities attorney on defender that haircut. He kinda looked a little like you. That was my hair. Oh Me Junior. High the quivering tiger that come haircut is quite something that is. That's what my mom. The picture mom showed Sean can you? Can you give her the he man? Here's probably even a little back earlier than me. Mom Can I just have something like human? Now he's tough with a face mighty by the power of Grace Skull Seema. There's a lot of gay jokes. Yes a lot of singlets. He's wearing a single it. I love names to whenever I watch old movies. I love reading Sutherland Clark Wesley. They're all from because they're all like Lifer Barbaro Studio. Totally anchors from thirties on right and it was such a bad poorly animated cartoon. But at the time it's all we knew we liked the other one. I wanted to give you a hard time about. Was You said you liked Matt about you so you were like. We'd is that not cool. I don't know what you think. Well what do you think what? What did you like based on point break? And she's like going through my tree. I'm GonNa see you didn't like I don't know no I didn't get. I thought it was like boring. I think now I look at it and you think like a bunch of white people problem. Tv So true but that's just aging poorly as a as a conceit back in the day. That was what. Tv was largely pretty vanilla. Ir I acknowledged there was nothing going on. I'm also just angry. That they did a reboot of it and sort of forced it forced me to watch like ads for it on my cable system which you probably didn't have to encounter. I didn't want Robbie doesn't have cable. No we ordered please. He makes his own. Tv Show in the backyard and he broadcast burn a little box that he performs inside me. We watch the DVD over and over. No I liked their apartment. That's what to it. I liked their interior then the interior decorating. And that's what got me and the Buckman stuck around for yeah. I run for the Banter. The constant busy work. That was funny. Yeah he's funny. She's a great actress. Helen Hunt Yeah. No Okay you love her. She great in his point. She's good in the one with Tom. Hanks in the volleyball and the Oh that was a very minor role sir. Album love interest that he spends ten years. On a desert island pining for minor. Sure a lot of the brilliance of the volleyball got more action. Wilson Wilson was it thrillseekers. Sin Wasn't castaway castaway that felt good. Yeah I mean a lot of those shows were watched because it was it was are watching together with your sisters. No they had lives. Remember them around. I sat by the TV in the in the kitchen alone. I regard to dinner with my mom and dad just me. My sister's had things to do and we would all I loved it. Love this life of you I love you love it. You're happy. I was happy with them. I Love Them. Where are we going cheese steak? I could order whatever I wanted. You were there little buddy. Always Dad said I'm going to the hardware store. I was already in the car like a daughter. That's awesome. Yeah I was definitely loved hanging out no way why was the TV in the kitchen? One little black and white one or color color but it was little for her for like breakfast or yeah like news Y- but I set up a little setup and I sat there in a zip up robe if you want a more of a visual in the road like bedtime or even just like I'm home from school and getting the roof you're right away. I'm not leaving the House right now until I'm thirty six. This is totally different than anticipated thinking. Your life was just sort of thought like oh like effortlessly. Charismatic glamorous child you know gets a model model model. I just didn't impress people. They weren't my people so it's funny that in print bottles when Heather Thompson is playing like sort of depressed rover you were. Then your character in the series challenged real. Tough girl wasn't me and then. I had a fun creative life later on trill late bloomer. I moved to the city robot now and watch. Tv At all. Have One. And I really want this. Lanc it like it. It's a blanket and skirt. No you can't get they show on the TV ads. Yeah snuggie is that. What you're saying makes a robe and I've had my eye on it at Amazon and show you the original. Oh it's a blanket with sleeves. That's so unnecessary. A blanket will do just fine. Say Oh yeah you know you're interested? I like the drapery. Oh Wow that is how that would look good on your mid century right. Have her on a mid century modern. I could already see a lot of room in there. You should have Dalia family. Few stuffed animals walk around in that. Yeah so what do you think? I'm always freezing. Get you on alternate to your house. I love the coral color color. Periwinkle coral all the way be wine. No NO NO WAY. The wine spills. I'm not drinking lately. So that's not. How about a yellow stripes? That's not good. Nobody looks now. And you know what I am You never got over that all right. I stand Jason. It was it was a funny line. No I can feel. The wound is still fresh. I don't hold grudges about three years ago so I I think you do. I just had a baby so I had him in three years. Okay so you know what fair enough? I think the joke was in. I think I think the joke was intended to be trying to think I could possibly was what I meant was. She doesn't work any other way than what I said. It was actually thought wait. Here's my here's my defense. Okay your honor unneeded the photo that you posted. Yeah Was Really did not look thing. It was a really thin photo. Oh Yeah and the joke was. That's not not break. That was the joke. Yeah Yeah Yeah you were. Being Start Your. Yeah no I was saying. That's not me saying that's not that then when it's when it obviously was that in ask was the Joe I got it I got it. I laughed though because it was so mean. We need to tell a girl any girl like that but I am not saying what the joke is that you got it. That's the Joe. So yeah I got it. That's an excuse for making up that. Excuse I don't know probably wasn't there was no misunderstanding of the antennae things. You're making it way worse complex. Hold on I'm going to get my head space APP. Meditation on this British Tacoma meteorologist for this terrible joke. That I made that was wrong of me. It wasn't it was thought I always thought it was offering a light moment of levity pregnancy world but now I realize how hard I laughed that I don. I don't. I wanted to get a good zero. You can't top that though I'll try now. Hey you're it would be great if I actually had the balls to go onto one of your right to worth their weight. Watchers Waters Jason A good blanket will cover that up a slang it would cover a slang it. It occurred to me a little bit. Maybe this is just looking back with twenty. Twenty is so Johnny Castle is like I don't know in his mid thirties and she's in high school Just graduated high now. I think he's supposed to be as twenty s but he was in his thirties. She's still in high school and she's eight supposed to be eighteen seventeen. Okay Yeah. It's it's illegal depending on the state. Yeah but I mean if you have to have common. Depending on the state to look up the state's rules you're supposed to be in his twenties. I do. I think I read that. And then he was actually thirty five or thirty six but he was supposed to be playing both played younger characters which is pretty common also in the movie in your house. Let's say your family's on this vacation. Could you escape each evening hours? It would take to prepare a dance routine illicit romance right and not. Have your parents be like so where were you did you do? It'd be drilling down. Wait a minute what do you? What do you mean schedule? So we've already established you would not let me get away with any. It'd be like wait. A minute doesn't make sense but again to your point. You're not supposed to ask those questions. You're just supposed to sit back. Get Your Popcorn and watch the movie Jason. Well you could kill a lot of movies if you questioned. How bad happened and have you? We'll thank you so much for coming in on five o'clock on the nose leasing now you have two hours to go out and enjoy this beautiful day. Take Nice slow on your hours of Mommy Freedom. It was a great Mommy Day. Thank you so you know what you'll be so excited when you get home and you see that little smiling face which has already put to bed totally. The House is clean. Everything is good to go. No Joe or your return home freshly darned socks waiting. Thank you Jason. Show Fun. I've had the time of my life. Oh yes I wrote that. Like the wind in my tree. Not Trees Trees thank you.

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August 7, Hr 1  Dirty Dancing, Biden, and COVID politics

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

31:12 min | 2 months ago

August 7, Hr 1 Dirty Dancing, Biden, and COVID politics

"Wake Up. It's time for mornings with Gail and thirteen, ten KFI. And Babies. Well almost. grits in Hollywood. Jennifer Gray Indeed is starring in and executive producing new dirty dancing movie I. Kid you not thirty three years. Can you believe that the original came out in eighty seven? I don't know what Havana nights was all about the the sequel thirty, three years after the original dirty dancing debuted six. Oh, eight, thirteen, ten, Kfi a thirteen, ten, Kfi. K. Dot com northern. Colorado's voice mornings. Gail live and local via the auto collision Specialists Studios. It's going to be directed by Jonathan Levin The first dirty dancing movie was released again back in way back in nineteen, eighty, seven by restaurant and grossed two, hundred and eighteen. Eighteen million dollars at the global box office and do you know it only? Of course, we're putting that in relative terms, but it only cost five million dollars to produce. Pick won an Oscar and a golden, Globe, for the original Song I've had the time my life, the Globes dirty dancing was nominated in the comedy musical category with nonce for Patrick, swayze as comedy musical actor, as well as gray in the best actress. Category Lionsgate is the rights holder for it and made the two thousand, four sequel dirty dancing of Amnon Nights. What's actually Gross twenty, eight, million dollars world wide working from piece by Anthony De Allesandro. According to the producers. Dirty dancing will be exactly the kind of romantic nostalgic movie that made the franchise's fans get up and dance. It's something we've all been waiting for and that it made dirty dancing, the biggest selling library title in the company's history. Nobody puts baby. Only on a shelf for about thirty three years, it'll be interesting to see how this all plays out and who will take on Johnny Castle's role with the. Sad passing of Patrick Swayze, and I wonder if the goal back I mean what I'm hearing is is that they're actually going to film at the original location, can't remember the name of the lake there. But I do remember remember when Johnny Castle went up to talk to. Space out his name now, anyway, he went up to talk to baby's Dad and boy just gave them what for and there was this beautiful lake behind them will over time that lake a really just dried up for whatever reason it's it started to fill up again. Can you believe that, but it's just really cool and I'm really excited about it I. Don't know I think it's exactly what what we need these days. It's kind of warm fuzzy, but you have to wonder what role will. She actually play in this film Jennifer. Gray, is she going to go back as? As, she could go back. You tell them dirty dancing. Then are you like that at all aren't there movies that you watch over and over and over again for you dirty dancing might not be one of them and I, respect that. But for me, it's always just been a warm fuzzy about you. Go back, she could a run Kellerman. Or, is she going to be a dance instructor or houses have so many questions. So few answers, Jake Housman by the way. six, twelve, now, thirteen ten, Kfi, a thirteen, ten KFI K. A. Dot com speaking of movies. Well, you can catch a Walmart drive in movie in Colorado. This dates and locations for warm-ups. Walmart's free drive in movie events have been released Walmart partnering. With TRIBECA enterprises to transform one hundred and sixty of its store parking lots into contact free drive in movie theaters from August fourteenth through August. Twenty, first with three hundred and twenty movie showing schedule. Now, in Colorado this according to a piece by Alexander Kirk, got up nine news Walmart. Drive in movies will be screened in Grand Junction. Timoth Pueblo West and Pueblo in September tickets will be free, but you've got a request them in advance because the tickets will not be available at the gate ticket sign up and I've got all the information if you want on the Google Earth and jump online to sign up. For this Walmart drive in event two days actually in. Timoth. Ticket, sign up began Wednesday August fifth at three PM mountain time. Good news is one to eight. You only need one ticket, no matter how many people you're going to cram into the car. One ticket is good for each car. So at the Timoth Walmart location films were will be screened September fifteenth and Sixteenth. Now, of course, in a time of covid nineteen guidelines and restrictions do apply guests are asked to remain in their cars. Parking spots. Welby spread out to ensure social distancing is taking place, and of course, mass will be required. Outside vehicles. Ada accommodations will be made, but those needing assistance are asked to alert the participating store before they actually arrive ten. Ten Dis or asked to bring an FM radio? Yeah. Your car radio will work a vehicle needless to say it's a drive in and a mask alcohol will not be served and you will be asked to remain in your vehicle throughout the film. But Walmart drive in movies will include wonder woman spy kids, space jam spider-man into the Spider Verse Ghostbusters, the Wizard of Oz Black Panther e t the extraterrestrial and of course, Friday night lights always a favourite beginning in August. According to Walmart on its website Walmart will roll out this red carpet experience in towns across the country for a Combined Three hundred and twenty showings. This family friendly night will include hit movies, special appearances from filmmakers and celebrities virtually, of course, and concessions a- delivered to your vehicle. So if you're interested in taking advantage of this Walmart, drive in pants again locally. Those movies will be screened not sure what they're starting with to be honest with you but. At, the Timoth Walmart location films will be screened, September Fifteenth and Sixteenth. So if you'd like more details once again, all you have to do is jump on line and visit Walmart drive in dot com six, fifteen, now thirteen, ten, K. Thirteen, ten, Kfi K. A. Dot com northern Colorado's voice, and just when you thought it couldn't get any worse or for you contrarians. Contrarians out there that are for the gaffe-prone prone Joe Biden. Well, it's Fuji Day all over again, we've cut the details coming your way in just a few while the whole sports story in northern Colorado state in the country tune into the whole show weekdays noon to two and thirteen, ten Kfi K. Catcher Colorado rockies later, today another in Colorado's voice thirteen, ten KFI. Well, as I said earlier a day all over again, this as the gaps keep coming from the gaffe-prone Joe Biden six, twenty three, now thirteen ten Kfi a thirteen ten KFI K. A. dot com northern Colorado's voice mornings with Gail live and local via the auto collision specialist studios. All right. So now we're in crisis management mode this. Democratic. Nominee Joe Biden yesterday attempted to clarify comments. He made earlier yesterday suggesting that the African American population is not not as diverse as the Latino community. It's another head Scratcher, and here it is. Yes and by the way what you all know. But most people don't know unlike the African American community with notable exceptions, Latino. Community is incredibly diverse community. With incredibly different attitudes about things. Okay now, this follows that rather heated interview. He had with a reporter, the reporter asking him. If he had taken cognition test and. Joe Biden? Just kind of went off the rails doing his best grumpy old men an impression. Getting angry and saying something about. Well, what about you before this program and what if you tested for cocaine and are you a junkie? I think Punxsutawney Joe needs to get back into the basement and I'm not alone in that assessment, of course, anonymous sources from the DNC saying please Joe Zip. Zip. It. Because he's absolutely i. mean you know he's just putting the kyw Bosh on his own campaign. Now, of course, Y'all know who I'm voting for and it's not Joe Biden. Kanye West, kind wait, Conway West, of course on the ballot in Colorado. Now, see that's one that I haven't touched because I. do believe that. Konya West is he's brilliant. He's brilliant artists to ebb musician, but he does suffer from bipolar disorder and sometimes well, he doesn't take medication and he tends to get into that manic phase and I'm not gonNA take any shots at him. I. Mean. He said some he quickly out there things when he launched his presidential run but. Let's just we're going to just leave Konya alone because I think Kanye also has his own reasons for running I. Mean, he just said recently in an interview that he hopes President Donald. Trump gets reelected. Could he? Be. Forging this campaign because he's hoping to take away some of the black vote from Joe Biden I. Don't know I, don't have the answers to that whatsoever. But Biden made this comment during an interview hosted by the National Association of Hispanic Journalists in the National Association of Black Journalists. His remarks on diversity were in response to a question from NPR reporter. Lulu Garcia Navarro. Who's the question about whether Biden, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee would engage with. On the differing immigration concerns between Cuban and Venezuelan Americans well by campaign, of course, in full damage control mode said, the comment was meant to describe the diversity of. Political opinion among Latino Americans and was not a judgment on cultural diversity. But unfortunately. Former Vice President Biden seems to have trouble. Articulating himself well. And effectively. In no way said Biden. tweeting last night in no way. Did I mean to suggest the African American community is a monolith not by density, not on issues and not at all. But. Unfortunately, he mica, can we play that clip again, I want you to listen to what he actually said. Yes, and by the way what you all know. But most people don't know unlike the African American community with notable exceptions. Latino community is incredibly diverse community. With incredibly different attitudes about things. So what did he say? and. Again. This comes off any number of shots. Of Gaffes. Coming out of Joe, Biden's mouth relative to the African American community. You remember that now infamous radio interview was Charlemagne God in which Joe Biden said words to the effect. Hey, if you're black and you're wondering who to vote for, then you ain't black. How is it riddle me this? That Joe Biden can get away with comments that. Were they to come out of a Republicans mouth well, that Republican would be brought down by the cancel culture because they are racist or am I misinterpreting them. Well. Didn't take the trump campaign long to attack Biden over that interview Thursday afternoon, saying it diminish the diversity of opinions among black voters and they do Democrats. Have Long tended to treat the African. American. Community as a block as. As Joe Biden said a monolithic bloc. Oh going in every few years and promising them Oh. We're going to improve the communities and we're going to make your community safer, and we're going to ensure economic viability and social justice. Go to make all the promises. Now, what do they do turnaround walkaway and ignore? The African American community essentially. Until the next go round. Tell me if I'm wrong, nine, seven, three, five, three, thirteen, ten, eight, seven, seven, three, five, three, thirteen, ten, drop me a text on our thirteen ten K. F, k. a text line at three, one, nine, nine, six, Katrina. Pearson trump campaign advisor said in a statement that the former vice president tells a group of black reporters that you all know. That black people think alike. How condescending a statement? Is that not the one by Katrina Pearson? But the words coming out of Joe Biden's, mouth, Pearson. Went on to say there's a reason Joe Biden can't count on the support of black voters. and. It's because of his plantation owner mentality. Joe, Biden would rather we just all shut up? Get in line. and. No, our place. Hotel. Say. It isn't so. Better yet. Perhaps just. Say nothing at all six, thirty, now, thirteen ten, Kfi a thirteen, ten KFI, a dot com. Hey, we touch on the story yesterday and I'd be interested in getting your thoughts on this this as Cope Urg. The Colorado public interest. Research, group is calling for the state to. Down again. And well adjust start. I asked the question. Not Rhetorical. WHO. Believes that the lockdowns were about science will get into that in just a few six, thirty, one, now. Thirteen ten, F.. KFI Thirteen, ten KFI preps. Radio is northern Colorado's home for the past high school coverage. If you miss any portion of mornings with Gail, go to thirteen, ten, k. k.. A.. Dot Com to download the podcast today back to jail. I think it would be, oh, six, thirty, nine, now, thirteen ten, kfi thirteen, ten, Kfi Gay, Dot Com northern Colorado's voice mornings with Gail. Live and local the auto collision. Specialists, studios, we touched on this yesterday and I invited your thoughts on this and did get a scorched earth texts that I'll share with you this morning because it's absolutely hysterical. But don't want to get ahead of my skis this piece by Kelly sudden. Out of K. dvr Colorado Public Interest Research Group also known as Koper called for the state to shut down again and start all over again. Alison Conwell is a cope urg advocate. Alison said Colorado needs to hit the reset button where five months into this pandemic, our our goal should no longer to. To keep the virus at a level where it doesn't inundate hospitals, our goal should be reducing infection rates to a point where we can contain it and stop anymore on unnecessary deaths in a perfect world. Yes. I, I would subscribe to that narrative unfortunately This is not a utopia particularly when it comes to Cova nineteen and it's going to be with US probably for generations to come. Meanwhile, about Allison Conwell, the best thing for Colorado would be for as many of us as possible to not die from covid nineteen, well, Da. But what is cope her calling for? Well. Requiring mask-wearing in all public indoor and outdoor places along with social distancing guideline seems to me that mask mandate. Is Already, in fact. Oh, they also want to reenact the stay at home order banned non essential interstate travel, just lock us all back down and. The psychological, the mental consequences of doing not be damned. Issue Mandatory Quarantine People for people entering the state from covid nineteen hotspots and Co. Perk once these requirements to stay in place until tests positivity rate is consistently lower than. Three percent. There's enough daily testing capacity to test everyone with flu like symptoms plus anyone they've been in close contact with over the last two weeks at least ten additional tests per symptomatic person well, currently. Colorado is testing forty, four percent of people. It needs to per day a workforce of contact. Cute Oh. This is great. A workforce of contact tracers large enough to trace all current cases and enough. To keep essential workers such as health professionals, emergency responders, and a grocery store clerks safe. Of course, we want all of our first line responders, be they medical personnel or those manning the cash registers at the convenience stores in the grocery stores. But what they're calling for in my very humble opinion is absolutely ludicrous, and well, let's just see here. That's shot. A shot. It is a shot that was Freudian That is the thought that shared by. John. texting. On our thirteen. Ten KFI text line saying he didn't mince words. COLPAERT stands for citizens opposed to private industry religion and guns they worship at the altar of communism, Heights. He kinda got right to the point. But. WHO believes that these lockdowns? We're really about science. I've been holding onto this piece for quite some time piece by David. On in the American spectator because as Katrin Point South, genuine epidemiologists, genuine epidemiologist, where does doctor PAL chief fall that? In that category. Question, the economic interruptions from the beginning. So here's what Mr Katrin had to say. Every state and local politician who imposed downs pursued to the covid nineteen pandemic claim, their decisions were based on air quote, the science close air quote. But wasn't Voodoo Science in reality. They ignored the advice of leading epidemiologists relying instead on those statistical models that were just all over the map produced by air quote experts, close air quote with histories of wildly inaccurate projections. The most notorious, these oracles was, of course, Neil Ferguson of Imperial College London, he claimed that the coronavirus could kill two point, two million. Americans. Well, based on such apocalyptic predictions combined with the over cautions the over-cautious warnings from Beltway bureaucrats like Dr, Anthony Fauci, well, all but a few governors implemented those economically and. I might add destructive stay at home orders despite the reservations of respected epidemiologists who questioned the logic and wisdom of lockdowns from the beginning. included. Among the genuine experts who advised that far more information was needed before such CONAN. Countermeasures could be scientifically justified were John I o Nita's of Stanford University, Michael T oster home of the University of Minnesota and Newt witkowski formerly of Rockefeller. University. All three of them pointed out flaws in the assumptions upon which officials based those lockdown orders. I need us was the first to. Question the reasoning behind these edicts in an essay published on March seventeenth. He wrote that the precipitous response to the pandemic was a quote once in a century evidence fiasco, close quote and that decisions of monumental significance were being made without truly dependable data concerning how many people had actually been infected. Okay the point that he was trying to make. Well in involved the wildly exaggerated covid nineteen fatality rates that was put out by the World Health. Organization. You know the mouthpiece of the communist Chinese. He declared the entities official three point, four percent fatality rate. Meaningless because it wasn't based on reliable testing regimen testing has been disproportionately performed on patients with severe symptoms while there's still infected with the virus consequence consequently. Selection bias renders it impossible to draw valid conclusions about how many have been infected, which means it's also impossible to calculate a reliable fatality rate to acquire useful infection and death rates. It's it's necessary to conduct random serological surveys using tasks that detect both active infections as well as antibodies remaining in the systems of those. Who have been infected in the past? Well. Shortly, after I need US wrote his essay, Michael. T oster home of the University of Minnesota wrote the following in of all places The Washington Post. Oster home said, it is time to face reality considered the effect. Well, we don't have to consider it because we've already seen evidence of it. Consider the effect of shutting down offices, schools. Transportation, systems restaurants, hotels, stores, theaters, concert halls, sporting events, and other venues indefinitely, and leaving all of their workers unemployed, and perhaps more to the point on the public. The likely result would not just be depression, but a complete economic meltdown with countless permanent permanently lost jobs long before a vaccine is ready or dare, I, say natural immunity takes hold. We can't have everyone stay home and still produce and distribute the basics needed to sustain life and fight the disease. Foster home. A fan of the Swedish model building up herd immunity. If, we would've followed Sweden's example that means over ninety eight percent of the population can keep business and manufacturing operating runs society that strategy is echoed by Knut Witkowski. Like any other prominent epidemiologists, well, we count ski was summarily ignored during the lockdown frenzy and are we looking at the second wave, but the second wave of lockdowns? He didn't interview. At the American Institute for Economic Research. We should be resisting. Said, and we should at the very least hold our politicians responsible. I think people in the United States. Maybe other countries are as well are more docile. Than they should. Be. People should talk with their politicians. Questions questions now ask them to explain because well, if people don't stand up for their rights, guess what? Those rights. Will be forgotten. All of which brings us back of course to the politicians. The, epistles to impose state and local lockdowns in response to the COVID, nineteen pandemic ignored science. They relied on charlatans like Neil Ferguson. And the same Jack leg models that predicted bird-flu would cause one hundred and fifty million deaths and a projected two point two, million corona virus deaths in the United, states. And now those models telling us. The surge is on the way. If we don't stay home. Like good little boys and girls. This nonsense has absolutely nothing nothing to do with science or public health. It is as always. particularly in an over heated presidential election year. It's all about politics and power. Is it time to come out? Dare them to do something about it. Nine, seven, three, five, three, thirteen, ten. Seven three five three thirteen ten, drop me a text on our thirteen ten Kfi am text line at three, one, nine, nine, six, closing in on six, fifty, one now, thirteen ten KFI, Kia burst to UNC burs targeting game coverage lives thirteen ten, Kfi K, thirteen ten, Kfi, a thirteen ten KFI, A. Dot com closing in on six fifty, five, the whole sports story in northern Colorado state in the country tune into the whole show weekdays noon to two and thirteen, ten, Kfi Hey. Well despite all the odds, the US economy added again, adding one point eight, million jobs in July. The unemployment rate dropped to ten point, two percent from eleven. Point one percent in June. Good news to be sure Keith wineman presidential wealth management ways in with some analysis, take a deep dive into what those numbers mean when he joins us this morning at seven, thirty five, but we've been talking a lot over. Over recent weeks about that rotating roster plans and revised plans and revisions upon revisions when it comes to planning to reopen schools amid concerns over covid nineteen, now, it's interesting because if you WANNA break it down in more conservative areas, you're seeing announcements that schools are opening as normal on schedule by in. Well, those more liberal big city areas. You see the double edged sword of school closures and proposed remote learning. As everything is political and weaponized stay these days is this being done in hope of keeping trump on the ropes. Until the November elections, we'll make sense of it when we're joined at seven, oh five, my Scott Dow founder of America you. ABC News. Then local news coming your way in just a few thirteen, ten, Kfi K. A. Greeley loveland. It's seven o'clock. Thirteen ten KFI preps radio is northern Colorado's home for the best high school. Coverage.

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Bert Kreischer - Nobody Puts Greenlee in a Corner (Live from Phoenix!)

Dumb People Town

1:28:28 hr | 2 years ago

Bert Kreischer - Nobody Puts Greenlee in a Corner (Live from Phoenix!)

"There's a new podcast app that delivers chilling crime stories straight to your mobile device everyday. They release a new episode that investigate the gruesome true acts of America's war, sue killers. And you can explore into the minds of psychopaths and murderers to get started finding download murder minute from the app store or visit murder minute dot com. That's M E R D R M. I N U T dot com to get your daily dose of true. Crime creeping delivered straight to your mobile device. And. Mommy. Jane? How do you? Relation shin. You thank you guys so much for being here. This is a thrill to be in Phoenix. The, you know, it's sad for us that they've taken away the tent cities. Yeah. I mean that was the original separation of family guys. Cool is did it Daniel? How are you, sir? How do you feel Phoenix ready? Oh, hell. Yeah. I love a good Phoenix winner. Let's get into. Well, as you know, whenever we do alive. Dumb people town. We always make reference to our spirit animal the man, who drives a mascot and mayor. He's like he's like our little Sebastian. He's like if the Philly if the Philly fanatic was like an alderman and crazier and crazier looking. We always say looks like Verne Lundquist guitar center. Let's get him on a picture. We have Jan Flavio. And it is. Jan. I was reading the photo we use also the one they're going to use the words have you seen this? Or or may. Right now, we're all looking at this. But somewhere there's a guy half drunk himself. Be like less picture. If went missing he'd be on like cartons of almond milk. Would it be like Jan he looks like a shark with a mullet? That's essentially, what is he looks like a thumb came to life. He looks like those sunglasses will never transition. Just I Kate Lyn, Jim. So. Shit. She doesn't want it. So reading I, you know, we try and write some truisms about Jan and Randy and I spend weeks and weeks and then Dan comes up with them off the top. So you wanna kick some off? I will start the first one Jan Flavio. Where's the neck pillow while driving? That's not wrong with that. I'm going to start off by going blue. If that's okay, Jan Flavio last year cut out red meat and replaced it with pussy, okay? Fair enough. Jan flavio. Let certain people call him, Janet. Jan Flavio cried at the end of Joe dirt. Jan Plato's still frequently uses his desktop, computer. In nineteen Ninety-seven, Jennifer Aniston walked onto the set of friends and said, give me the Jennifer. Jan does in a guests who cover band called that too? Okay. Generally does not racist because he loves Darius Rucker. Right. Jan flava once told any Guana to fuck off. Jan Flavio has never boarded a Southwest Airlines flight earlier than c fifty two. Go. Jan plato. Always carries a backup cell phone host holster just in case. Jan played was the only person in history to break into Alcatraz. Jamf Lehto has a whole closet dedicated to his Bulla tie collection. Hell, yeah. Jan Jan does hair is protected marshland. Jamf Plato can still be reached by beeper. More than one occasion has given his masseuse unhappy happy ending. Jan Plato wears more rings than fingers. Jamf later likes to tell people that is t shirts are ribbed for his pleasure. Jan told more than one woman that he puts the oh in OBGYN. Every in every city. Jan Plato has a barbecue spot. He can't remember. Jan flavors cholesterol is eighteen hundred. Good. Love you love you. Jan thank you and other people who joined the drip. We're we're trying to raise money to get his money back is for that. Thank you. And then when we do we're going to present him with a giant novelty check. And then hire a Russian woman to come steal. It. And it's always wanted to be in the town together the three of us. But then we like to bring a guest to join us to make comments about what is going on. And we feel like we have someone on this show today. He's done this show before he may have done things in the people in our stories, and that's a rare a rarity. But he's proud of position to understand the behavior of the people here. He's one of my favorite comics, would you? Please welcome our friend, Bert Kreischer ever. Sure. As he walked out. He's spilled coke all over the chair that he was supposed to sit soda soda. So. The listener at home, not every. They're just feel the Tana cocaine right out there. Burt. Welcome welcome to Phoenix. Welcome to town. How you deal in anything? Crazy, heavy on your life recently. Every day is like, well, I was on the plane and I punched a baby. I feel like I am Jim Plato. I've been in. I'm like I have a parallel path with him in life because like I took motorcycle riding lessons every jam Plato. Every guy that takes scuba diving lessons. Looks like jam jammed Plato walks through walks through target with scuba diving hands. Scuba divers always have their head. Taran source Rex I could if I had found stand up comedy. I would be played at the bar looking at the young girls going got this. Coming in hot with the flair. I mean, this guy is amazing is our spirit animal. Tour manager. I this is what I want later to walk on my tour bus look at the group. Go surprised to doing business. Or that problem James later walks on your bosses like one of you ain't making it through this. Who else has states are not allowed it? Really? Well, we we believe that the world is getting dumber. The only way to fight back is through comedy. Dan, gets these unbelievable stories sent to him from. You are amazing listeners are dumb boots on the ground. Dan. You should we start with the story? First off. Let me ask did any townies here tonight. Bring stories with them one to two. Okay. Good. Bring it guys when you come up. All right. Let's kick off. This town was sent this was sent good. This was sent in by Kim frights. She did it changed it for Halloween Kim Fritz? Yeah. Handle at Kimberly Fritz can be been around for a long time. We love you in this town ready. Yes, we're ready. We've got a Greenlee. Explain okay, explained Vert. Okay. So in palm in like, the it's called the TC palm. Which is Florida. I guess is Palm Beach. This guy will Greenlee who is a journalist. I can't put enough air quotes around. He writes, like somebody who's getting graded. No, my theory is that he has fifteen hundred words to fill and the stories are always twelve hundred. So he tends to over explain something that is so obvious that we does not need any explaining for anybody ever. I think he thinks he's writing the stories for the dumb idiots in the story. So and then we always liked to play a great game in damn will play this. Is it Greenlee writing this? Or is it Dan trying to craziest such Burt? He's done stories where he differentiated between a broom and mop. Explain how is. He told the reader how an anchor work. A mop would be more. Like what's up peace, bro? Brooms like, yes, sir. No, sir. You've already gotten way more created. He literally a broom commonly found in a closet is used for sweeping things up. Whereas a mop commonly found in a basement or garage or any sort of room can be used today, lean up wet message. It goes there. Are you ready for this story is always fun to okay, Jensen beach? Okay. A woman said to have been said to have been trying to reenact a scene from dirty dancing. No. Now, here's the thing. Here sister getting an abortion. Everyone thinks to see where he picks her around could easily be the scene where they're covering. No, no, just she's recreating one of the background actor actors eating dinner at the. The abortions in. It's I didn't have the time of my life. Oh, sorry. In a comedy festival. We went over the line side. Jesus. I have that one time in my life. Jerry orbach. But I want it to be if you're giving the option you're doing the fucking log c. Scene is the cut you wanna do. No, no. No. No. No. No, okay. If you're walking into a party, you want that whole group hind you. Yeah. I wanna walk into. Your own that, that's your that's tour guys. Let's go. They said that she was trying to react scene from dirty dancing in a business may and she may need to rehearse elsewhere. So this is just in public. That's because the woman Cindy berry Netto, I don't let another ups odor. I can't say. Was arrested and taken to the Martin county jail after the September seventeenth incidents. How we all over where we were on September seven. Never forget. I never forget. It's also floral does she do multiple scene incidents? This is according to the mar- Martin county sheriff's records, deputies went to this is where I mean, if you're going to recreate the scene from dirty, dancing or any Patrick Swayze roadhouse, she could be kicking the shit out of left. And right. You better do it at a place called, total wine and more. It's your weekend and not have the kids. I had wine that isn't from about line and more. And you just you. It's Friday night at a total wine and more your life can rack it. Go I want some and more. This is in the to twenty five hundred block of northwest federal highway, so. In reference to individuals who are believed to be intoxicated and causing a disturbance. So she had a dance partner. What do you think came first the dance partner or the? Well, no, I mean, like where do you want to rehearse tonight? Or hey, look, we got drunk off these free samples a calf. I've been there is that. No one goes there going. Let's do you're just like. Dirty dancing. I got an idea. This is just like the shittiest flash mob one other person, but we're gonna do wig out it. Also, it's like that conversation starts with do. We have enough room. And of course, they're they don't you might if we move this rack of zaps over. So. The manager reported that two women were trying to react reenact a scene from the movie dirty dancing. Rated PG thirteen. Buck in green league. A fifteen hundred words, he's only at twelve hundred. Okay. Always get rated PG thirteen. I don't know if we told you this already Mr. crusher. But so part of this is when he goes into an aside, I'm going to read it, and then you have to guess whether or not Greenlee wrote this. His article even for okay? So go ahead. So PG thirteen dirty dancing is a film from nineteen eighty-seven starring the late Patrick Swayze. And Jennifer gray who set it Greenlee or me Greenlee because he pointed out rated PG thirteen. What's about to happen is rated r. Greenlee as well. Yeah. There wasn't enough. Absurd. Details. That's greenlee. Okay. I would like to get to more people from the audience to making guess would anyone like to play Greenlee or Dan you pick a white person? How are we going to find one? I'm sorry, sir. You're behind this speaker. If it's if it's any consolation, sure. So you're the whitest black person I've ever seen. I'm kidding. Do you want to answer? What do you think? What's your what's your name? Great cake. You anybody else? Yes, sir, right down here in a beautiful blue hat with a Red Sea. Colorado. Maybe. What do you think? So we got Greenlees Devi ks out in the audience PG thirteen thirty dancing from nineteen eighty-seven starting too late. Patrick Swayze and Jennifer gray the person who wrote that is. Greenlee? I knew it. The movie features significant amount of banning. Please the next ends its title. Hence its title. I'm joking. I'm joking. I'm joking that I wanted it to be. Because I know it doesn't feel as good now. But you had that moment in your life. Better than having my children. Like when you put money down hits on eleven and you're like. Eleven and you're like split second where the wheel comes around. And you see the ball. More to me. Do you wanna know what really is crazy? I bet one number when I play roulette do you want to know what it is eleven eleven. I swear on my grandfather's grave. He's still alive still alive still alive. It's set in the summer of nineteen sixty three as crazed character. Baby falls in love with Johnny castle a dance instructor played by Swayze in one of the surprise hits from that era who said it Greenlee or me. I guess you have the right to go. Against eight again. Okay. It's set in the summer of nineteen sixty three as Gray's character. Baby falls in love with Johnny castle a dance instructor played by Swayze and one of the surprise hits from that era. I think that's you. Okay. I'm gonna crush going Greenlee. Randy Sklar, says Greenlee I'm saying Greenlee to he just kept going Jason like couldn't stop himself says Greenlee all right away. When Greenlee starts. Nobody puts Greenlee in the corner. All the way in the back. You had your hand up, and what's your name? Edgar says really gentleman over here in this in the throwback shirt. What's your name, brother? Justin, justin. I'm pretty sure you're not could beat the shit out of me. Okay. Jim rome. His goatee is Jim. It said on the summer of nineteen sixty three as Gray's character. Baby falls in love with Johnny castle a dance instructor played by Swayze in one of the surprise hits from that era. The person who wrote that is. Greenlee? Knew it you it this guy, by the way, he said ninety three and he said the movie was from that era. The movie was from the eighties. It wasn't from nineteen sixty three. So could have expanded more could've said it was from a different era, not the era that it was a period piece. Sixty three was a hard time for this joking. I your leaving words on the table Greenlee. Meanwhile, okay. It is not clear. What seeing they worked to reenact? Meanwhile, the manager said the woman women sorry, we're trying to buy alcohol. The manager probably didn't say, quote, I've had the time of my life because the women were refused service and told to leave. Okay, I'm not I'm gonna ask you Greenlee road. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Also, let's not skip over the fact that they were trying to alcohol wine place. Does that mean that they were in the aisle? And then we're like we had to do something. How do we make this better isn't everybody like me, and you just sneak a little bottle of rum trout at the checkout and drink that while you wait don't know. So vankirk. Rum chat. Yeah. Will you pay for? But you see how many many bottles you can drink while you're waiting. All right. It should be noted that both subjects reentered the business. That is on the people who work if you kick to people out of your store trying to reenact dirty dancing, and then let them back in. Let them do the whole goddamn moving. It's on you. I mean, it's a reverse these women were told you can't come in. And then was just part of the reenactment. Maybe they walked in. And they go I always do the last dance of the season. Yeah. Wanna know a secret I've never seen it. I've seen the log scene. And I thought it was great, Dan. I've never seen it really. It is really good. Really good. It's really good. Right after I watch when Harry met Sally and the sound of music, I'll get to. Dan. I'm sorry. I watched stand by me again. It's a perfect a great movie, spitting it. Okay. I don't think I've seen the sound of music either really phenomenal. So good. It's pretty good about about a is about. Well. A lot of Julie Andrews was a Nazi. Oh, she was. I thought it was about gender vacation. In a way, it is. One of the women was escort. One of the women was escort it out. While the other barren barren toss we're gonna go with that was found in her vehicle. Investigators say she had bloodshot eyes and smelled of booze which I hope that means she forgot how to start a car. Yeah. And you know what? Thank God good backseat with the key going. Don't get it. Investigators say she had bloodshot eyes and smell the booze as opposed to beer booze is hard alcohol, vodka or whisky. It has been distilled to make the alcohol content. Higher beer is an alcoholic beverage from entered from cereal, grains, usually barley, and we'd beer has a much lower amount of alcohol than booze. Who said it me or Greenlee Burke Greenlee? Okay. I think that's that's Dan. That's definitely that's Dan to people like to play this game gentleman right here. So your name, sir. Josh, Dan that is Dan. Okay. Thank you. Yes. Right here. Genetic also the person who said beers different than booze. And then explain how explained exactly how that was written by me. Scars. Are you are you three three? Yeah. Yeah. Which is never happened which never happens. Investigators say she got belligerent and didn't do as she was told proving that like baby Cindy, Barron toss couldn't be put in a corner or a cruiser. Nobody. Or greenlee? Oh, wow. Who said that him or Greenlee? I'm going you. I'm going Greenlee Greenlee. Okay. Let's get to more people to play gentleman right here. Yes. I'm sorry. I couldn't see you thought. It was. I thought it was a man. I apologize. I don't see gender. I'm woke. Gender. Everything's on a continuum human. Okay. And what's your name? Stephanie. Okay. Yes. What what does that me? And what's your name? Nadine? Welcome to town. Proving that like babies Cindy, baron toss couldn't be put in a corner or a cruiser that was written by. Daniel van. Couldn't run the table. No. Barron toss of port St. Lucie was arrested on disorderly intoxication charge. We're gonna get outta here on this around of guests the. Now, how old do you think bear bear? And toss is let's review what we know. She's seeing the movie. Yeah, she she knows it. She wants to act it out or at a seen enough. I don't remember what day of the week the seventeenth. No. But I look how much like they're kind of telling you a lot a Wednesday. No details whatsoever. Like, what was she doing? Okay. So how old is she forty-seven? Okay. Seven years old crusher about to be J. Go ahead. I think she's twenty eight eight years. I think she's fifty nine fifty nine years old. The year and can still splits. Made her like twenty seven when she saw the movie dancing. What twenty seven year olds couldn't go see movies in the eighties? Okay. All right. I would like three people in our town right now to play this game. We're gonna go with these here. We'll go all these three ladies right here. What's your name? Lisa. How old do you think? Cindy, barron. Tosses fifty three years old right over here. Ashleigh forty one. Hi, lisa. Thirty to forty one forty to fifty three forty seven fifty nine twenty twenty seven twenty twenty eight twenty eight twenty eight okay. Cindy, Barron toss the woman who fucking locked at all and that the L, man. Inside a total wine and more Wednesday on Wednesday night got kicked out went back in. Was found in her car. Right. It's probably because her keys are somewhere near the Chardonnay. Yep. Yeah. They're in the store is that an Atlanta smart. I'm gonna show her picture. She is. Twenty four years old. Lineal drinking, right? They're shocked. The fuck. And it looks like five one. Yeah. Off time is like a Padma, Lakshmi look alike. Yeah. She's really hot. Okay. Okay. Gender. But if you say, so. Jerry, go story number one. Let's take a break. Hey, Tani's, Robin Hood is an investing at that lets you buy and sell stocks ETF options and cryptos all commission free. They strive to make financial services work for everyone. Not just the wealthy in a non intimidating way for stock market newcomers like me, and maybe you to invest for the first time with true confidence. It simple into simple and intuitive. It is really simple. She's not for me to say that clear design with as data presented in a way that is easy to die jests guys. This is a great thing when I went on this. It's so easy. 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Hey townies. It's me Danielyan. Kirk me. Randy been Randy van Sklar. Yeah. Come into that Dutch life with van Sklar. We wanna talk to you about legacy box. This is a great great thing in a great time of year to be doing this. So many memories are created around the holidays, you probably have tapes like video tapes, you might even have audiotapes might have real the real stuff or or just old photos on your house. Yes. Just things that create your memories you need legacy. Bossa the stand in thinking about getting gifts for my family and for my kids. I look around our house, and I'm like we have too much stuff. That's I want to condense I'm gonna get rid of the stuff, and I wanna solid. Your memory loans today. Exactly and have and create a gift that is really special more than like shirt or this or that this is the way to go. Yeah. 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All those people. Also, interesting news coming up about drip, in we'll sort of break all that down in the future. But thank you to everyone is contributed people like Brandon leave it leave it. Did it this leave it? Oh boy. Matt Cain came came. Matty Kay natty. Kane is a man. Man, Tony Campbell only Campbell Campbell and Don to Campbell Soup. Travis bales. He does not bail on this. Tell you right now. Traffic Meredith Larson, it's great of J Larson's family to get Hugh camp. Joseph JJ Zappa j Frank Samuel price is right. Thank you. Howard Degan hold. That is what's the most? Wisconsin name I've ever Degan. Holt is like an offense of lineman right now. I feel like for badgers on down to dig and holds for. We'll get you a Taurus today. Nothing on our lot is electric. All right Natron zero zero Natron business. Joel thanks to all want him to have. Joel, thanks. Joel David Bausch and Lomb Bausch is one of my favorite shows on Amazon just got picked up for eight. Oh. Oh. Dishwasher. None of Bausch is friends. Call him David like, no one knows his first name. Okay. Mitch, Molly, bitch Malaysia. Is the name of the cop who Dan calls in his story about leaving his back. It'd be way Malays ale. Malacca also a certain level of bullshit that like there's a large. Oh, really? That's a bunch of right there. Kelsey ingram. Yes. James ingram. Katie thomson. Thank you. Eighty grant green double Jay. Katie Thompson, Angran green tea and being city council. All the way is top level, actually, Kramer, low Ashley creamy very much. How are you? I hope you're well, Stephanie some gets up gets. Get get some. We took me like what? Yeah. Why are they yelling at like? Oh, get some. We are the some of Stephanie's parts, and she is also a council person. Thank you, very much private detective is this next person. Sean Ervine, Sean German Gavin fries detected. Ricardo thank you again. If you don't need a lesson, Amanda toke, and I think it's it's not full. I know I know damn wrong. But it's L E something names. Just look like an Indy, right? Leasing radio. Right. The hobbit. No. All right. Amanda told thank you guys to all these supported lists drip, lease support, David Baoshan grant green. And and Stephanie some guys just took it to another law of the people who give we really appreciate it gives us a chance to do what we do. And we can't take enough. Let's get more people to do it. And let's get back into the into the show. Yeah. Go. Hey, guys. Welcome back to dumb people town. Our guests is of course for Kreischer and people can follow you. What are you doing tell them? What you do? We'll the latest special you had a special come out a couple months ago right up on Netflix called secret time. And and I'm starting my body shots world tour January January ninth in Portland. Why why is it keep moving? Adding shows to now where do we? How good he is. And that's how much people love it. You have your podcast podcast called Burke cast solo podcast called open tabs, right? Open up all the safari browser tabs and over the weekend. When I'm on the road, and then I just go and close them with you. And I just basically learned about flash floods. Nothing wrong with that. Flash floods fucking hot especially around this area. There's one guy this guy's last names Rankin and he catches flash floods. Well, before they show up and then chases with them, bro. It is. I'm telling you if you're into chaos is sexy. He's okay. So so takes video footage of this guy. I'm so excited about this. He's standing in the middle of a valley and he's like storm. It's a common, and then he just sits there weird shape. Veer face, right? Why would have been either flash flood guy or a ghost adventure? And then all of a sudden like oh my God. You don't you just see this like blob of wood and sticks and rocks coming and he finds places where he runs with it gets out of its way at the cuts the corner and catches it again. Like, it's so fucking amazing. This guy dude rankings is his name. He's lives around here. And I don't know I would be really into going to fight with that guy. Yeah. I went cheating on your wife. Either. It's it's not Indiana Jones. He's like Kansas Jones. He brought his girlfriend one time. I stop the fact that that guy can get a woman a may. He bought his girlfriend and his best friend and they went and chase the flash flood. And there was a second thought his girlfriend was getting swept up. Let me be hers. What you were saying in in the death. To go watch a flash flood. There's so many people there's a name. There's going aim Kimmy Warner who's a free diver spear fishermen out of a Wii that I'm obsessed with of course, you but like. But that's all right. Good. Awesome. So shouldn't it love it. I went hiking in the antelope valley, and they, you know, the bad flash floods and the guy I go. So a flash floods coming how long will we have to get out of here. I got the answer to this. Depending on when we get the alarm about three minutes. And I said how long would it take our group to get out of here? And he's about five you don't have a chance. And I said are you serious? And he's like I on that ladder, dude. Who is this guy? He had hit a real popular show called three sheets on on HDTV. I'm stuttering. I'm so excited. And he got caught a flash flood here in Arizona. There's like a waterfall like really cool waterfall you can hike to and he got caught a flash flood almost died. Flash floods are no joke. They not we all up to this point thought. They were a hilarious joke. Thank you for starting. That is here to bring awareness is nuts. Next special is going to be done in a flash flood. They know that he has like fifty eight minutes stand up special. He likes Burt and the way it's going to be Bert Kreischer tells a lot of jokes. You know, what isn't a joke? Before I knew bird. I thought tornados were hilarious. All right. You want to do a second. Another. All of you have kids. Correct. Yes. And who knows maybe I do too. Dan for the sake of the story. Let's say you do this story. I picked because we're recording this around Halloween time. I mean, anytime you can just get drunk and watch hocus pocus is good with me. Torey? They just showed hocus bogus at my daughter's school on. Dude. And I dropped her off. It was one of those like I dropped my eleven year old off at like a movie night and who middle school, and I literally dropped her off in you know, part of me all my God. I can't believe I'm driving my daughter off just and I'll come back and pick her up never done that ever. And she was meeting some friends there. And then I stayed for like two minutes to watch hocus pocus. And I'm like what the fuck is whatever your daughter has a crush on Thackery. And there's nothing you can. I know I know you're stuck all right for the record. I am a basic pitch. So. Fucking proud of wrong with that has checked truth. All right this just scared me. So let's pretend it's dark in here. Among this was sent him by Angus Blankenstein. Oh god. I think that's another Halloween. Or just a bad ass. Name Angus blank Angus tells you that it's this is England and mom tells you that it's. Blankers ten. Thanks you. And I want to say just as a reminder anybody who's listening to this or doesn't know you can send me stories by going to at Daniel van Kirk hashtag dumb. People town among has been forced to call in Ghostbusters after claiming a spirit entered her child's bedroom above the tots Thomas the tank engine bed. That's the scariest part of the store. Is still around because I like them like once my kids. Once it's over, right? No, one cares about that. Because I. George Carlin was the conductor. He was was. Do it to George. Koller was psyched to do that. Just to him. It was like another job. I don't I would love to do it. Wouldn't you want to do it? Probably I would I would want to hear his character. Do the seven words you can't say on television. Has. Welcome back to talking Thomas. Christie Lee was left in hysterics after she says, she found her screaming son kyron K, Y R A N being dragged along the floor by an invisible entity stop. No, yes. Not a show you the pitiless bedroom. And just the pick of it is creepy because it it looks like it's trying too hard to not be like a ghost designed it to be like don't we're gonna fucking drag you across the, Dan. Oh my God. It says on the wall. It says no joys on earth bring greater pleasure than a little boy to love and treasure. That's that shit right now. Montet tattoo. You cannot get to prison. What are you never mind? We're gonna kill you. Wait. So he so she saying walked into the room and her baby son was being dragged across the floor by an invisible entity. But it's not a baby. It's it's gotta be three. Crib. As your baby. Right. So when your child is being dragged across the floor by spirit, you're always like, oh, my baby. Teen. On sunday. Jump NBA guys your baby being attacked by a ghost is not a laughing matter. I dealt with this on open task. I've always. I've always wondered I did a thing with the ghost adventures from travel channel. And and like the first thing I said to him. Progressive. What do you mean from the eighteen hundreds? The black guy holding the machine. These women talking to you that way, there's a lot of Asians. We lose a war. We lose a war. Exactly. That was our album hipster goes we said. I know like if people are dying every day God is making new goes every day. How come there aren't like ghost? And there's nothing more annoying than having a hipster goes to haunt house. Dope. Sure. Brace lou. Just down in your house going through your record collection. That that is. And it's good. Hey, it all worked fits. Wearing this when I was reading this. So I wanted to the gondolier outfit fits. No. You haven't hipster goes. If all your grandma's hats are gone. Law. Emma hat. They love it but deeper the purple the better. But I wanted to ask you guys, and I recently this I didn't realize I was about to a plug. But I might as well we recently talked about goes on my podcast with ROY Scovill pen pals. Thank you. And I asked him to ask you guys. What is the least creepy thing that would have to happen for you to be like fuck it? We're moving because every time I see these scary possess house. I'm like get the fuck your your dog just lit on fire in the kitchen like leave. Now, I don't care about your equity in the home. What would you have to see in your house? What's the least thing? I think he brought up to fuck. My wife. I've been I've been sexually assaulted. I know that sounds fucking crazy. Ghostbuster? You've got really really heavy and bed. I was like half awake half asleep. I got really really heavy him bed. And all of a sudden I felt like it was riding me. And then halfway knows like I'm like is still closed them like this, dude or a chick. And I was like fuck it. I don't care. Got a swarm naming joking. I talked to the ghost adventures guys about it. And like, oh, yeah. Goes fuck a lot of people. What? The ghost of Harvey Weinstein. I'd say a word about this on any podcast never worked for mayor maximum. I yeah. I don't know what I'd have to see. I would would you be like we're haunted. If like, I literally saw stuff flying around your out when that when that happens. I'm like, I don't think we can live in a really good school district. Honey, let's just not use public all the way up. Let's just use Mela mean, I'll tell you right now. They don't move if I walk into a room and any member of my family or even just a casual acquaintance is being moved in a room against their will by something. I can't see where we're out. Burn it burn the fucking house. So toddler getting dragged around. Yes. Okay. She called the team of spectral experts. Nope. Call the police who held sorry who held a say on to banish her on wanted. Guests would you guys like to guess how many hours the seance lasted in her home to get the go and let me not even halfway through? Let me guess they get paid by the hour. Yeah. Probably. Okay. So how many hours I'm gonna guess I'm gonna I'm gonna guess at least I'm gonna guess at least twenty because I bet they did it throughout a weekend. Yeah. All right. I'm gonna say it really does dependent. They're getting paid by the visit or the say thirty nine our sounds, and if they try the banishment, and it's not out does your next is your next banishment free. Yeah. I'm gonna say eight hour. Eight hour sounds okay. To play along with us gentlemen in the Boston Red Sox hat, twelve hours and your name, sir. Chris welcome to town, sir, right here. Forty eight hours Val Val sat next to me on the plane right here. He ended up in town. He's like how horrible. You feel bad about yourself. Don't you? Right. It was funny. Okay. Funny in our nose to go. I don't know. You're never gonna get you recommend a restaurant ever again that after this. You know, that you know, you've lost your credibility to drive her parents of the airport every time. Do you wanna do more? Thirty six hours at thirty nine. Okay. Okay. All right, everybody. Remember yours. I got it. Because the saints. You know, you're getting your money's worth when it lasts two hours. Oh, I'd be like I said. Did you miss? The kid was getting we think we got it got it got it. Like, you didn't even you couldn't even watch the master in that amount. We're good. You have to tend to house for like three days to get rid of termites, really two hours. You're going to be down with this thing. We got it out. We're good. You can fuck up a kid and watch to breaking bad. You know, how I watch breaking bad. Did I tell you I watch breaking bad my daughter with like I was trying to get her to sleep in her bed. She had moved from cribbed Abed and part of the thing was lay I lay on the floor. And then move the mattress like like two or three feet towards the door all like over eight nights. And I had to be in the room all night because she woke up I had to be there. I watched nine episodes of breaking bad every night for eight nights, you serious. I could not tell you how on edge. I was all day every day. I was freaked out. I thought it was going to get murdered. And then I couldn't wait to like start putting her to sleep again because I couldn't wait to see where this series. Remember every time I'd answer my phone when you call that'd be Jesse Jesse. You put you put your bed in her bedroom. Manchester sleep sleep, she close rising you start watching breaking bad on my phone with year phones on I'm laying like like inches away from her and then feet away from her. It was like j you had a big secret that she didn't know keeping it from her right for her own good. I couldn't understand it. I couldn't relate to that. All right. Well, the the mum of one quotes says, quote, I was petrified to death. I couldn't move the the eerie events unfolded after the young family moved into their Billingham home and things started to go bump in the night. Then chillingly a family friends child visited after leaving the home. He said mum monsters aren't scary. There was a big fat man in there. Scary. It's scarier because the ghost is fat to me. I don't know why. Because it's like in death like you shouldn't have to still take care of yourself. Shouldn't be an issue. What if the sounds are just the ghosts getting up from the furniture all the time? Nothing about obesity in the eighteen. I was considered well enough. I would have been a monopoly piece visceral. But the creepiest events were yet to come in scenes reminiscent of a horror film. The exorcist. I keep waiting for Greenlee to jump in. This is not his. Tracy believes the spirits used then one year old this is her child one. She believes Christie with a K believes the spirits, then used one year old chirons body to communicate even changing the toddlers voice. Oh, yeah. Quote, I was in bed and Karen woke me up hysterical. And I said he sounds possessed. I went into his room, and he looked terrified. So I brought him into my room. He basically stopped crying looked up at us. And another voice came from him as clear as day and said, I don't know then he started laughing. That's when you move out away from the kid kid in the house. You got a bad kid. You can do. He's only one had that much time with him. Hey it worked for my dad. It's not like you'll ever have a microphone in for thousands of people talk about. But what it'd be as a way funnier podcasts. That's why I left. It's called skipping out. Now show you a picture. I don't have a slight. The picture of this kid, you're like you. You should have known he's possessed look at this. Get out of the bed where the possession happened leave this. The way the bed back in the bed where the Fatman dragged you're around. Let's do this. Burn that bad the kit. Imagine your kid crying. Stop crying looks at. You says I don't know. And then just starts laughing. Right. That. You'd be like kid. We're going to go to the garage. I'm gonna turn the car on and shut the door. Then mommy's gonna take a walk. He would continue waking up at night throwing up and refusing to sleep in the room leave this house. She then called here's my favorite part. A paranormal investigator known as spooky Julie. Trying to sound professional. Julie Julie sounds to me like the band that opened for the spin doctors. Did spin doctors. We're going to speak. Yes. He dropped a lot s. Julie's opening up or mustard plug this. I didn't hear that. I'm gonna check that out. I wanted. I thought about playing a guessing game of how long did I spend in Google images trying to find a picture doing? Oh. If she had her business in flushing queens in the mid eighties. She would have been spooky Wilson. Percent such as sports reference that only people. I love that. Spooky spooky Julie. How can I help you like dying over here? Yeah. We don't need your joke. Name that you get over here. But we're still gonna use. Boogie. Julia. This is Diane talking. Julie there. No, no, just my stage name by name, Diane. What do you need? I wanted to find her yelp page. So we could guess how many reviews? I'm just going to go whatever the first return is when you type in spooky Julianne, did you ever think that when you were searching for images and couldn't find it and searching for yelping couldn't find it. That's spooky Julie is a ghost. Yeah. I thought. Google. Ju and then all of a sudden pigs are more severe cases. I scroll down to the bottom of this article. And I'm in the picture. The articles coming from my stairs. No. I would if I were spooky Julian she got some bad yelp reviews. I would definitely say that my yell pages. Haunted. Well, that's. Trying to mess with her team. Which means spooky Julie's gotten people to follow her always the leader. It's the people who are like I'm that person's got it. Right. Her team from Stockton's gifted and blessed which sounds like if you can't get into Hogwarts. You're like, I guess I'm I'm gonna go to Stockton gift. Stockton's gifted and blessed for two semesters, and then I'm trying to transfer. Yeah. That is like Hogwarts Juku, isn't it? I thought you got into Hogwarts Stockton's gifted to blast was whatever. They were gonna let play quitted right away. I didn't have to walk on. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I was I was right away. Starting red-shirted. This isn't in Stockton, California. The diaz. Brothers ends spooky happening. Berdahl co own this with you, you just put an idea in my head of making like a TV show about people who are red shirted on Hogwarts quidditch team like Griffin doors team or whatever. And they're it's just the sidelines of these people who never get to play. And they're they're just redshirt freshman on quidditch what if they did like like the way they do last-chance wizard. You. I watched that. Brothers. And that's a good one. Totally fucked up and hit everyone's broom. And so he's like he's here. But. Won't go to class. Still in the south still. Get your fucking heads together. Right figure it out. Everybody by your heads are Lord. You in having a by touch somebody Lord? I know your ass is gonna learn expel the Ramia. Okay. So. Just because it's driving me nuts. What's it called? Oh, you're patrol us. Thank you. Okay. So her team from Stockton's gifted and blessed claimed they found a vortex which allowed spirits to come and go from the child's room as they please. There's a revolving door of demons next to the Thomas the tank engine bed. It's awful. Yeah. They should mention that when they're selling the house investigation team. It's a two bedroom. Three bath one vortex. Okay. That's all great. I asked you is it open concept. This. But you know, you know, the realtor would be like two bedroom. One bath one vortex is an open plan right next to lots of shopping. I'm sorry, go back into the Tex. Tech's the investigation team comprised of eight people stop. She says that is a lot as a lot of people on spooky Julie's payroll real quick run through their names. Mookie. Scary. Creepy. Confidant henry. Good Google, Greg. How many we up to five come on? We gotta finish this. Nobody's fucking true. True. We finished. We finished. Monster Michael, that's a good one horrific. Harry seven. Yes, come on somebody violent violet. And which you want that shit works. Did you guys ever do light as a feather stiff? Worse. She scared me. Aboard. Do you? Did it did it work? Yeah. 'cause it's just strength strengthen. Yeah. Spirits. Gortex? Yeah. I can't get it up. The board. We gotta wait thirty minutes. That would be funny. If like that'd be like the funniest kid ever who is doing aboard. And he's like kind of he just like this never happens. So sorry. This is usually doesn't happen. A lot stiffer than this. It's really embarrassing for the person. Investigation team found the ghostly goings on where the work of spirit and his family quote. He was a bully apparently and his kids were scared of him. This is exactly who you want dragging your kid around. And then it ends with this. It's like too abrupt and fucked up. This is a quote that is the end of this article. He must have been the bad one in the relationship. And apparently he had been stabbed. I hope that's the last thing spooky Julie said as she walked out of the house. How about the person who stabbed the guys like this guy sucks? Let's get rid of him. Too bad. We'll never have to deal with them again. Oh god. That story number two guy. Dan. It is no secret. I love my quips so much. I just went to the dentist again come over to your house. Visit my daughter's this is my this is my quip. That's my dog quit before the dog. No, I love I truly truly love it so much the last few Dennis trips. I've had because I've been regularly. Well, going well, aren't quickest cleanings ever had. I got up out of there after thirty five minutes. I was like, wait a minute. Are we done? They're like. Yeah, we're done because the quip is so good. It gets it. It's one of the most the gentlest. 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We'll be over there swipe and all that stuff after the show Daniel van Kirk dot com. And I will be back here in Phoenix headlining stand-up live on Wednesday November fourteenth. So come on out and hang out with me. It's part of Daniel van Kirk that together, I'll see it's super squats. Super Squires dot com. You can check out we'll be in Austin, Texas from the seventh through the tenth that cap city and then great other stuff happening, but go ahead. All right. What is your name? Andy. Hi, how are you, sir? I made the shock Lawson radio commercial. Oh. I just wanted the guy to keep moving the microphone away for. To follow it across. Grants pass, Oregon. On LSD thought he was playing grand theft auto as he led cops on a chase police say grants pass man told police he'd taken LSD and thought he was living a real life version of the video game grand theft auto grants theft auto. Sklar. Thanks. Dan, says everytime we make. Negatively too at Sklar brothers. Okay. When he stole a car in front of patrol deputies and lead them on and over forty mile long. Chase through Jackson county on Saturday. You're stopping to eat. Forty miles. It's fine. We'll take some of us have to eat. Stole it in front of you know, like is this motherfucker doing right here this cloak of? Cloak of invisibility. You can't see to county deputies were awaiting a tow truck to haul away a two thousand three Toyota Camry not his car on Oregon sixty six if you're going to feel a car that is the coolest it's the most sensible car to steal. They arrested that driver on unrelated drunken driving case when Anthony j Clarke got inside. Yeah. Wonder what happened to them? Now, we know drove off of aiding one deputies efforts to stop him while speeding through a number of towns crashed through a chain link fence off the roadway ran over spike strips twice. Drove the wrong way down several roads. I mean, if you're gonna hit for the cycle, you got. After the car and go right down the road. Toyota's like that's a two thousand three. That's still rocking still doing after several attempts patrol car managed to bump the rear of the Toyota causing it to spin out. He fled into a mobile home park and was arrested as he tried to steal another thing too. If you're in the mobile home park, come on man, fucking go go to a real neighborhood and fuck with some people trying to get through the mobile home park did some and then they arrested forty nine people in the mobile home park for the cop. Who's got? Everybody comes out Jackson county deputy wrote in the affidavit the Clark walked up to him and told him he was stealing the car. He got into the Toyota before the deputy was able to stop him and use the keys left in the door to start the car. Never. So now, everybody's everybody's don't leave your keys in the door. Don't lose your automatic door unlocked device copier about to go steal a car. When you're about to go steal a car nearly drag the deputy almost hit the pickup that he arrived in. And his own car. He he wasn't Carless. He just wanted to tell that I'm going to steal a car. And then he went and stole a car here on this. How many different? What can I say? You love you. Any difference? Accusations were filed against Anthony j Clarke. Bert. You're I guess you can go first or between us, which is the Tig slot or third where do you wanna go first? I'll go, okay. Jay, how many different complaints were filed against like, I e criminals. Mantra. Say six six six six hundred and sixty six just six I'll go eleven. Okay. And I will go thirteen twenty one twenty one of you is exactly. This. So now we get to play the game of who. Do you think was exactly right? Dan, who do you think is exactly right? Okay. I think birth. Yeah. I think I'm right. Well, let's get to people in the crowd. Who do you think is right? Adam jay's. Okay. Okay. Clark is accused of driving under the influence of intoxicants second degree criminal mischief third degree escape unauthorized. Use of a motor vehicle attempting to allude a police officer possession of a stolen motor vehicle. Unlawful entry into a motor vehicle interfering with a police. Offensive litter? Thank you. Thank you so much. Oh my God. Step right in. So that's how you so one of the way one of the reasons I love doing this live is that this morning. Stop it. Dan gets to read all the stories, and he knows all the facts. So when you guys come up, Dan is just like us. So obviously better. Isley squires. What's your name? I'm going to go off template a little bit. I did not bring a story. I brought my story. Okay. I fight on the front lines dumb forensic scientist here in the city. Yes. And one of my old duties was to preserve biological evidence. For DNA now, I do DNA but back then so one of the things that always fascinated me was that burglars are dumbest fuck. Fact, they bring their own crowbar break and leave it there. Your food and leave it open counter. It's great for DNA and fingerprints. But my favorite is that they will wear one outfit. And then we're another over it and then dispose of the outer outfit. So that they're not wearing what they were seen at the CNN loved everything that has their hair. One of my jobs is to take these items that they left behind swallowed them for whoever was wearing. My favorite item. I'm going to describe you. But just like spooky. Julia. I did so much researched a photo, and I succeeded I brought it so you can put it on Facebook. On the back of my study guide for my final for my masters. So I apologize. Kudos to you for always finding a way to work it in that. You're getting your masters. Damn. Saying that all the time. I'm proud of you finish the test at two fifteen AM this morning. Really? Right is we're waking up to board a plane to get here. Okay. Here's the hat. The hat was recognized by the neighbor seeing by the person that was breaking into the hat and breaking into the house. And I don't know why they recognize this hat. It was an an oversize trucker hat like style camouflage with an orange Bill. That'd be enough already. Dumb. If you said it has a built in wig. Comes with its own pony too. Dan. It's better to. Not that good. It had Christmas Christmas Antlers. With lights. That lit up and played music. But the battery it was oh my God. Replace the battery just here. Israel. Randy that's evidence tampering. Why would be a good size? This. You don't have a masters and she died. She has a master's. I I'm hearing. You guys know fact, this guy eight the last can of chunky Campbell Soup. That belong to two of his three roommates look them in the you guys. Don't fuck and get it. People are going to be so distracted by half. They won't even know my facing. You want them looking at your head the pickup artist. I'm peacocking. My rob. Thinking while his Fred is just eating without look it up going. I wouldn't do it. We're the head. So yeah, I did bring a photo. Oh. Glory, right. Put on Facebook. Yes. Uh? Pisa? Graduation. Hey, what's your shirt say no sleep till no? Guys. Thank you for bringing that end that was beautiful. Tricia follow. I already have my masters. And I'm working on my doctorate. Hold on. We stepped on the lead. What was that? I'm working on my doctorate. Doctorate just like three. Scantily clad men and women come out with just sparklers bottle? Oh, it's just Bert with his shirt off. That would be giving a commencement speech. Oh my God. I want to. So you have to do it. Order. University with wearing the hat with the Tassell no shirt, and it starts off with don't get gasoline in your asshole. Seniors. Sunscreen speech. Don't get gasoline. All right. All right. So this is the hometown from two song. So this is this is a title entitled reduce reuse rip off. Yes. That killed in the room and the writing and the editor they were like, we got this title, three hours, three hours, a family came home from some errands to find that someone had stolen too big valuable and perfectly functioning appliances, then lifted note expressing gratitude for the victims effective facilitation of the theft said if he mccown sheriff's department reports a married couple living on the southeast side told sheriff's deputies that after they'd been gone for less than four hours. They went into their carport to find that they were now missing this is Greenlee level perfect large capacity Kenmore refrigerator freezer unit as well as a forty gallon, General Electric water heater pissed off people that are making sure you get every. How many gallons? Write that down near where the items had one sat there was a handwritten note reading thank you for recycling. Your things here's a phone number. If you want to donate more the person stole from them. And then was like good on you on the recycling. Here's number. More of it is this like a like a like a slam like good. I don't think I've following. So they're outside fridge. This is outside a second friend roster garage fridge where we put the deer in show. Telling you the victim show, deputies white marks on their carport floor where it appeared the appliances had been laboriously dragged out out, a Dolly. So they didn't donate it. Thought the handwriting in the note looked like teenagers, but called the number anyway, and although the line just kept bringing it was a working phone number in fact, when she tried calling again, she said a young man voice answered before hanging up upon hearing her speak. So it seems the thieves had actually left their real number. God what downright dumb or that's fucking balls? Obvious than the hat. Colin we're going to get their appliances. And then when they give us all their cans, we turn that shit and get more money from these idiots. Why would we give our real number, man? If we don't give them a real. Lift your number. I couldn't think. Still. So. Again. It's it's the only number I could think. Thieves had left actually left the real phone number weather out of recklessness or peer NAFTA tude hadn't been left with a snide irony, but as a sincere attempt at two deceit. Unfortunately, deputies couldn't find a name on record for the number. They took the notice evidence gave the couple victims right pamphlet and advise them to call sheriffs department, again if any further information came up, but not to repeatedly call and harass the thief who'd left his number as tempting. Number. Soon as I fuck and masters tested to fifteen in the morning. Have called in that fucking. Number every day anytime, call every time I got to use the bathroom put it on speaker and not say a word. Thank. Awesome. My name's Scott. And I barely graduated college. You are qualified town. So this story takes place in Tucson. But it was reported by an England newspaper got legs. England, cover the goings on. Yeah. Man tries to kill you read it in a British accent. That is that's a credit. I haven't finished. I actually dropped that class. I'll give you. I'll give you a boost on your bike. To them. Man tries to kill spiders with blow towards ends up burning his house down. Oh. Still yelled got them. There is nothing worse than a spider infestation except possibly possibly a blazing inferno. Engulfing your entire home. Can you please? Galloping? Dick Van Dyke. We've got a brand new Burton. Helping rome. This is the thing when they say this a lot like somebody will like steal a car and drive it through a Dunkin donuts about you can't make this up very easily. Easily go. There's nothing worse. There's a million things worse than this. By the way. We had a spider investigation in our house is pretty bad. Oh, it's bad. I'd rather have my home burned down that. Black widow, spiders, all over my fucking house all over our fucking house at one point. I was panicking so bad. I said there's two periods in my life before black widows. PB w w. So it says one man found out the hard way that the danger of a blow torch when he tried to destroy spiders in his home using fire essentially just wrote one man, learn how fire. Destroys things instead of simply removing the eight legged pests the man burned his house to the ground. He accidentally created a massive blaze that required Twenty-three firefighters to contain it. Required. Ten thirteen came to walk. Was this a control burn here? Has. There. Anyway, I mean, they're working. They're not going to stay back, right? Twenty five bring him says the unnamed man from Tucson Arizona was suspected of using propane towards to kill spiders and burn spider webs underneath his mobile home. Right, right. After saying, Honey, I got this. Honey, it's a mobile home if it catches fire. We can drive away. Wait. No. But instead, but instead it's how fire with the blaze tearing through the inside leaving completely got it. The fire at around nine twenty pm local time on Monday night force the man in an elderly woman out of their home, fire crews were called to the blaze, and when they arrived describe seeing the woman being carried out of the burning house buyer, sign a spider. For spiders. Host now. Tucson fire department confirmed. The woman suffered minor injuries after being treated by paramedics at the scene. Then you get some Greenlee this spider mating season which hits in October. Sees arachnids measuring around eight centimeters invading our homes and getting down to it. But if you want to stop the spiders, boosting their population under your roof, we've put together a handy guide on how to spider proof your home without resorting to a blow. Oh. Okay. Joe? Right. Birches said get to it. Let me trust me. We had a problem with rats too. No. Are you living? We live in the LA river valley in the valley of black widows are. Yes. And and we have a orange trees, we have rats fucking genius. I got a bunch of rat traps and put peanut butter on rat-traps leave them all out over the night. I know you already know what happened. Squirrels. I thought you were going to say drunk, and I got hungry. Broke my girls. Let's go see if we've got any rats, and it's like oh fuck. Killed the wrong. One. Killed the ones. So here's that's the only difference. Here's the. How long did it? Take the firefighters to put the fire out a great question. All right. So let's go. I just had it. My cousin is a fireman. And he told me that it used to be twenty three years ago. House will be engulfed in three minutes due to our furniture the way everything's made. Now, you know, how long you have thirty seconds. Yeah. House can go for thirty. So I if you don't give a shit about your kids, should you just jump out the window? He goes, if you're if you wake up, and there's a fire, and you don't have anybody you need to just go straight up the nearest probably already gone. So if a fire can go that fast, and there's twenty. It doesn't. Into the city's already on fire. So there's no grass around anywhere. Don't you? I kind of want to say three and a half minutes. Okay. I'm going to go with. Well, wait, you want to go? I I'm going to go fourteen minutes. Seven minutes going to go five minutes. Randy says five minutes, I will go eleven minutes. Yeah. For sure anybody wanna play come on get a hand up. If you want to join in Greg five hours. Five hours. Fourteen fourteen hours. Put it out to put it out. What have you guys, right? Changed? My answer. I don't think I was listening. Dan trick us with that burn story. Good. All right. What did you say, sir? You guys, right? Oh, yeah. Fuck you guys. Greg God damnit, Greg. We're going to get out of here on this. So how okay. So let's review. What everybody forgot what I said. Fourteen minutes. Fourteen minutes. I said seven minutes eleven minutes. Okay. Let's hear it the amount of time. It should we guess who's exact? Jason who do you think? Birthright. Right. Okay. It is you Greg Greg. Now, I'm like. So much faith in Greg. It's insane. Let me always bet on black. Eleven eleven black eleven eleven black. Oh, man, I'm wrong. But I'm going to stick with the eleven minute. Okay. Okay. For them to put British accent. We'll we'll remember you forever. Try. Fucking white fucking. Wrong with you. He says you're on his wedding night to his wife. What the fuck is wrong. Just try it. Just try. Ready? Accent. Try eleven minutes. Thank you. Cigarette. People.

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August 7, Hr 3 Professor Zac Rogers and Kevin Carr

"This is mornings with Kale in northern. Colorado's voice thirteen, ten Kfi K.. I. Stock. Logistics Shall we eight Oh seven. Now, thirteen ten KFI, a thirteen, ten KFI, K. A. DOT COM northern. Colorado's voice mornings with Gail live and local via the collision specialists studios forward. Looking indicator of where the economy is going as opposed to GDP basically, which tells us where the economy has been something known as logistics metrics that measure things like inventory warehousing and transportation. The latter two, very important to Colorado. Well, why does that matter joined this morning by Zach Rogers, a professor of supply chain management at Colorado State, University Zach, happy Friday, and welcome back to the show. Here you too. Thanks for having me back. Gail. Good to talk to you. You Bet. So break this down for us. Understanding is you and your colleagues put together a monthly logistics manager index that breaks all these things down. So tell us about July's report. Right. So the logistics managers index is essentially like you said, we go out and we interview and survey somewhere around a few hundred director level folks in the logistics industry and basically say. Are thinks heating up are things cooling down, and just like you said earlier, you like to see things heating up because logistics is generally a forerunner of future. Activity right before you go buy something at a store had to be driven there on a truck. It was probably a warehouse before that had to be held inventory. So when we see a lot of movement in logistics, usually that means we're going to see some of them down the road in the economy and this month's reports was encouraging in in. In some ways indefinitely ways that it has not been encouraging all summer in that, we we showing pretty strong growth. So the way this works is basically any number we get over fifty means growth. Any number under fifty means contraction in the further above fifty, it is the quicker, the growth is happening. So we're at a sixty three. This month for the overall index, which is way. Down in, you know an April really win, the lockdown is really happening. Like in the high fifty or start low fifties, high forty you. No movement at all, and now we're starting to see movement in. It's really driven by. Increases in transportation prices and where housing prices, which for Colorado is not necessarily a bad thing. Let's talk a little bit and I'm going into the weeds just a bit here. But I. Think it's relevant to the conversation just happened to be at my locally local grocery store and forget about you know. Disinfect a ham disinfect sanitizer disinfectant wipes. Excuse me. We're not going to see those back and Stock I hear until like twenty twenty one. But I'm already seeing some shortages when it comes to paper products and last time you were on, we talked about the supply chain. Now, where are we now as compared to I, don't know March when the lockdowns actually got underway. So we're, we're in a much better place for some things You know you can find to paper now which we couldn't. In March you can find meet now, which remember we were worried about that last time last time we talked. but it might not be all the same stuff You know basically, with the paper products, companies have moved over all their industrial capacity to become domestic capacity in. So like maybe the the not nice toilet paper that you might find like McDonald's or something. Toilet paper. This kind. Exactly, not quite the fly you're looking for. That's the that's the paper. Now, you might be buying it at target that normally they wouldn't sell directly to consumers. So essentially, the Patriots have had to become more creative to sort of because we're shifting everything from the sort of industrial traditional style retail and production towards Towards you know sort of individual level and and that's really by the way, it's a great question because that's really what's driving the uptick in logistics activity, and so we're seeing the reason we're seeing prices go up is because we have never had less capacity in our warehouses. and. So basically what that means is we're holding more inventory now than we ever have before and that's for a couple of one because you know everything shut down and something, he couldn't sell everything, but now even things are opening up again. and. What we're seeing is that we ecommerce ordering things online are a bigger percentage of consumer behavior than we've ever seen before. And and so if you think about how that works when you just go by the store, it has to be in the store can't sit in the White House forever right now, companies are waiting to get on your phone on your computer, click a button and have something ship to your house, and so we what that requires is more stuff warehouses more stuff on trucks, and where we're really going to see this really come to ahead is going to be in Q. Four this year you know when the holidays and everything start coming up. This is going to be the biggest ECOMMERCE Christmas of all time. because you know some people are still worried about going to stores in, honestly some people have just found the convenience of like, oh. You know what? This pretty Nice I. Just Click a button and shows up to my house is great, and so it's like we've never seen competition like this over Warehouse Space or trucking capacity like we're seeing right now. Fascinating Zach Rogers is a professor of supply chain management at Colorado State University, why are warehousing and transportation? So important to the Colorado economy. Well. So your transportation in particular, if you think about what that what that means? Right? So when transportation demand is way up trucks are driving trucks around the road, who is that good for? What I guess right and so if you think about northern Colorado that there's going to be some trickled down for the big booms in transportation, now it is interesting to point out that there's some forms of transportation that we're not seeing like this, right. So like trucks right now, demand is way up. sea freight and railfreight, or actually down from where they normally would be at this time of the year and so essentially. So this isn't saying, Oh, oil companies go record profits, 'cause trucking so far up. But what trucking is doing is buffering the impact that those companies might be seeing otherwise due to the dip in rail and sea and other types of of freight. Weld county particularly when talking about oil production took such a huge hit. It was from March to. Where oil production dropped fifty, six percent in Weld County, where do you see that going? Right, well, no I mean. If you remember, you know there was that that that one day where you could, they would pay you to take barrels Nagel oil from Saudi Arabia. said. George. Yeah, well, because there's no storage built, so they don't have to hold this this, and so it's just like just take it. You know it's it's like when you're having a garage sale and you just like I didn't even care. You just do five cents whatever I, just eat it out of here. That's how they felt about the about the oil. So I remember all the tankers. The tankers and floating around off the coast of allegations. Seem safe So You know I I think. What this will be good. This will help with recovery and really what we're seeing in in this months and last month logistics. Report is logistics. is leading the way in the recovery right now, we're moving more stuff around using things like you know points, point trucks and three three pl forwarders. Than we pretty much ever have and so from from that perspective, this will be ultimately good for the oil production in Weld County because we have a market somewhere. Okay, and again like I said, there are still parts that might be down. You know people took a lot less trips. This summer You know we're not seeing as much like. Jet. Fuel being produced the planes or are way far down right now. But the fact that we're utilizing ECOMMERCE so much and companies are really having to lean on their logistics networks to meet consumer demand is going to act as a buffer in sort of help that oil production sort of you know being able to muddle along. Until, the economy comes back at full strength. Do. You expect an upward trajectory I. Mean, we had some good economic news this morning to be sure as the unemployment rate dropped ten point. One percent. Right No. Absolutely. So we also ask respondents every month pay in the future where you going and remember I said, you know anything above fifty? That's those are the kind of numbers we WANNA see. So when we ask about transportation prices. The number, they gave us his eighty three. which what that means is that we're GONNA be leaning more and more on on our trucking infrastructure. Over the next twelve months, then we've seen a long maybe ever, and so we're gonNA keep on shipping things, and so that will continue to be good for the oil and gas industry in Colorado. Well, we certainly like to move it, move it trucks. This country moving Zach Rogers, professor of supply. Chain. Management at Colorado State University. How can we access the information? So we we put these reports out on the first Tuesday of every month. and. They'll be at our website v, the Dash L. M.. I. Dot Com and if any of your of your listenership who are interested in participating in the survey or being added to the mailing list where I send it out early on Tuesday morning before it goes up online I think in they can email me at the Rogers at cal state. DOT EDU, and I'll be happy to to get them on our list. Zachary so great catching up with you and more good news to add to my happy dance I'm doing over the re release dirty dancing. Thirty three years. You are having the time of your life I get. there. Well done. Thanks, again for your time. Your work. Your perspective. Certainly. It. Thank you so much, always good to talk you. You as well, Zach. Rogers. Professor of supply chain management at Colorado. State University Eight nineteen now, thirteen ten Kfi k y the whole sports story northern Colorado the state in the country tune into the whole show weekdays noon to two and thirteen, ten, Kfi. K.. Hey, listen up northern Colorado rockies baseball can be heard crystal clear on northern Colorado's voice thirteen ten. KFI. Back Don't watch it. I can. Read is of dirty dancing on the books eight, Thirty, eight, now, thirteen ten, kfi thirteen, ten, Kfi, a dot com northern Colorado's voice morning. So Gail live and local via the auto collision specialists duty as this morning as we are each and every Friday morning around this time by Kevin car. Fat Guys at the movies, fat guys at the movies, dot. com. Wait for it. Wait. How you doing. Gail I am so excited about dirty dancing and you've got Jennifer Gray starring and executive producing. You know I mean dirty dancing came out in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seven I. Don't know what the Heck Cavanna nights was. But whatever, and then there was something I believe on. ABC. I, don't know but I am so excited about this. I'm just doing my happy dance. So keep you up on this. I may have missed this story. They're doing the? Are they doing a sequel or TV series is what it is? No, no, no, no, no. No, it's okay. Here. I pulled this. Oh. Doggone it whereas I think it was like out of the Hollywood reporter it was. By Anthony De Allesandro great name Lionsgate CEO John Felt Heimer confirmed what was one of the worst kept secrets in Hollywood Jennifer Gray is starring and executive producing a new dirty dancing movie at the mini Major. Oh. Okay. Yeah. So what does that mean break that ninety? Mini major the mini major yeah. I don't know is that is that a is that a performance that I? I, don't know I, mean. You've you've caught me. I can say is this is your radio space. This is my radio space. You don't go into mind. got. No one puts baby in a corner. That's right. Got Holidays. I. Saw that I did see a dirty dancing story blip up, but I can't remember what there's been. So the problem is is with with moving news. So many things that are like like when they remade princess bride did. Did like A. Shot for shot Kinda like little pretending. Well, well starts in quarantine. They put it on quickly. You know that kind of thing. But it wasn't like a blown remake in and it got like. So muddle in the translation, but I do remember this is something that she's going to be doing and I remember that's why Keping in the sequel or is it a remake or how doing I have no idea. But. Here's what felt timer had to say, it'll be exactly the kind of romantic nostalgic movie that the franchises fans have been waiting for, and that have made it the biggest selling library title in the company's history. You know they made the original dirty dancing for a mere five, million dollars it grossed. Globally. Two hundred and eighteen million. Oh Yeah. It was a monster hit the other thing that it did and this is this is why it was such a big hit and that's why movies like my big fat. Greek. Wedding did so well is for for the people who made them is they stayed in theaters forever. It was a movie that it was it like didn't like burn off all of its support in the first two or three weeks. It stayed in there and they still pack the house which meant as time goes on or the movie release. The theaters get to keep more of the of the door fee. And the ticket sales. So by the time you're in your fourth or fifth month of this, they're pretty much playing it for free the the the the the the they're not paying much royalty for it and they get to keep everything. Well I gotTa tell you. I'm just I'm really looking forward to it's going to be interesting to see because well, you know. So many people have passed away and Jerry Orbach. Sways Revia list goes on and on. I? Wonder if they're going to reprise those roles I mean, just there's so much. We don't know. I don't know by the way many major when event and checked out the definition. A mini major is a you don't have. It's like a major studios like Disney. A mini major is something like You like Lionsgate. Or Amblin or something like that. That's a that's a it's. It's still a, it's still a a studio that's producing things, but it's not like a mass of one of the major corporate studios like Warner Brothers or universal. Thanks for breaking that down because I kind of got lost in the semantics of all. Meanwhile sorry about the disruption folks. anyways, go, you don't need to apologize for that. That was way more on point than more of our most of our digression that we have. Basically though that was the line from very dancing, that was Johnny Castle. Oh. Always doing the last dance of the season. With a great partner, you are great partner can. Award, News. Feeling the love this morning. All right. So meanwhile back to script. Let's talk about the new movies this week. Secret Garden. This is based on a book from nineteen eleven and it's been made into a bunch of movies. They've done it several times over the years. The last major release of it was nineteen, ninety three, I think it's the story of a girl who loses her parents and she goes to live with her uncle and his estate, and he's kind of. He he keeps to himself doesn't want anything to do with her the inside of the state while it's a nice big house. It's very gloomy and dark. And she finds her cousin who lives there who he's bedridden and he's sickly and she is able to get him out and she finds his place on the property. That's a garden, and I'm talking of like like a British Garden, I mean that's British garden is like a yard an American gardens, a little box with vegetables. Zach. And I go to. You know like the mazes and the carefully pruned trees and SYS immense like I don't know seat of nature. And that's what this is sort of hidden area that her mother had cultivated when she lived there, and this is sort of got magical properties. You know maybe healing properties and stuff, but not just physically. But. Mentally and emotionally, and then a lot of the movie is about overcoming your grief in your loss and tragedy in your life and sort of putting yourself back together and healing yourself. You know with with the your family and friends and the basically the story. Now, I've never read the book and I've never watched films. No, I. Don't know how close this is. I. Think They Kinda. Kinda. underplayed the magical element to it in my own opinion. But I don't know if that's or I don't know if that's the way it's supposed to be. So I just wanted to throw that out. There is my little. You know personal choice of it, but you know I I may be wrong. It's happened before once or twice. Know you thought you were ron ones but. All Right Sam Sam, which is just fun to say Samson. Is it's a it's a preschooler type movie. It's. It's based on a series that it's. It's a cartoon in France that they made a movie of in and exporting the movie. It's preschool programming, something like pop patrol or pj masks or something like that where it's about this kid who lives with his parents on a superhero planet and he's waiting to get his superhero powers. They haven't come in yet You know we we. We know people like that, and then there's There's this a daughter of this sort of evil tyrant on another planet. The planet, all like little little spaceship right away, and they form a friendship and get to know each other and it's you know it's about being yourself. It has all the standard sort of preschool themes and messages to it. You know it's a cartoon, but you know it's it is for a younger audience. You know don't don't. You know it's not something. It's not like. Pixar. Movie that that that transcends generates, but you know if you've got. A, preschooler at home and you don't WanNa. Watch. Paul Patrol for the five hundred, twelve time. This is something you can check out and enjoy. The didn't pop Israel get the. By the canceled. Culture. That was that was all that was all a joke actually was. Yeah, it was it was it was people being silly. I think 'cause I've never seen any sort of actual real. I've never actually seen a real like call for that. It's always been like a joke and then That's all I've seen. So. Let's talk a little bit about the burnt orange heresy. This is a story about a pretentious art critic who? Wait a minute. That's that's. That's High. Feel a lot of myself in this. He's an art critic, not a not a movie critic, but. Pretentious. Art Critic who has a chance to interview this? Guy, who's this artist to everyone thought had disappeared like there's a fire that had burned down all of his stuff in the gallery. So he has no more work and decades later. He apparently has shown up and this guy gets a chance to interview him and see what he's been working on, and there's a little bit of a thriller aspect especially when you get near the end of the film. which kind of upset me because I'm like watching it I. When I finally got to that part I was like I had I wanted this part of the movie like an hour ago. We seems to be a thing that's happening a lot and movies where the movie I WanNa. See all takes place in the third act. But what's interesting about the stars you got Donald Sutherland playing the artist which I love. His stuff. I think he's a great actor. But also has Mick Jagger as this art. Collector. who kind of put everything in motion. And I forgot how fun it is to watch him in a movie cause. He hasn't done that many, but you've I mean everyone knows it stays presence, but everybody forgets what kind of screen presence this guy has. and. Yes. So he plays easy sorta like the guy pulling the strengths of this whole thing and and I found that kind of interesting to. Hey, we can all move like Jagger right. When I fall? There you go. All right. Kevin. Carfax is at the movies. Back is at the movies dot com. You can hear his weekly syndicated radio program right here on thirteen ten K of K Thirteen K of K. A. dot com from noon to one. Thank you so much for going on my flight of fancy. Oh, absolutely anytime. Any you know I'll. I'll run and you can I weep in, you can catch me in your arms and hold me over your head I. Remember that commercial were they were doing the lift and it was like an epic fail. It was hard landing. It was really funny. I. Digress. I'm prone to go have yourself a great weekend. My friend. Are you? Thanks, Kevin Eight, fifty. Now. Thirteen, ten KFI. K.. Burst UNC bears target game coverage lives on thirteen ten K of K. There's no doubt that players are saying things are unsafe at Colorado state. How serious of an issue is it? If it's true talk about next on the whole show powered by PD energy thirteen, ten KFI. From? Four now, thirteen ten Kfi, K, a thirteen, ten KFI, a dot com northern Colorado's voice warnings. With Gail, the Auto Collision Specialists Studios joined this morning by channel to pinpoint weather meteorologists, atmospheric scientist. Matt, Mickens happy Friday that we made it. We did. We did by the hair of our Chin Chin's. Okay. I got to tell you I, do the weather forecast courtesy of your colleague Christofer. Every I mean you know throughout the morning, three times an hour right and I can almost do it from memory. Highs are going to be in the ninety s going to be a hot one today with a twenty percent chance of scattered afternoon storms and showers. Today, there is not a single mention of drop of rain in the forecast. No. Remember tune in Murli by out. Exciting. It was. Talk about nineties and one hundreds, and in that air quality and Yeah. We're. We're like, sir, we're back there No, the outlook for even the next week. Next seven days will do outlooks have just generalized rain rain chances. Rain totals for the next week. There's maybe a couple of areas in Colorado that might get a few one, hundred, seven inch. So. That's next week Wait wait. A hundred of an inch. Yeah. Yeah. That's not even a negligible. The quickly. Now, basically that we're going to a tissue square somewhere in Colorado. All right. So needless to say danger will likely remain high. Yeah certainly will western Colorado has been in fire danger for several days. formal warnings and put in place there, and we'll see that area grow and expand I the air quality around here, haziness the sky, the appearance of easiness Bente. Quite a bit of wildfires smoke from stuff that's out on long the western slope. So firefighting standpoint, Mother. Nature. Nature is not going to help them. So I would plan on seeing a lot more smoke in our sky and hopefully nothing new POPs up, but we'd be the pattern with nineties and occasional wind. No humidity. We'd be kind of in the setup after this weekend. Hopefully, folks are safe. But after this weekend, we'll have to see a new fires started. All right. So precautions end up being very cautious the by word. Particularly, if you're out playing this weekend channel to pinpoint weather meteorologists, atmospheric scientists, Matt, Maki-, thanks so much pleasure as always go have yourself a great weekend. We'll be when you too. Thanks eight, Fifty, seven, now, thirteen ten, Kfi K. Best UNC bears starting game coverage lives on thirteen ten, Kfi K. wanted to tune into the hall, show each and every. Every weekday from noon to do too. But particularly, today as a Brady Hall welcomes in UNC Athletic. Director. Darren. Done on the whole show today again from noon to two rockies. At Seattle, on your northern Colorado home for rockies. 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215: His Story

Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

1:44:49 hr | 2 months ago

215: His Story

"'em Carlos Watson I'm hosting a primetime talk show guess what? I'm not a white guy named. Jimmy. Hey. With a global pandemic historic Recession Racial Justice protests twenty twenties not joke. We need something more than late night comedians helped make sense of this craziness. Welcome to the Carlos Watson show look it's going to be brand new deep conversations with everyone from now. Glad Walt Hilton back again, join me Carlos Watson on the Ozzy Youtube Channel or listening to the podcast version on the iheartradio APP. Apple podcasts or wherever else you listen. Hey this is Jason McIntyre. Join me every weekday morning on my podcast straight fire with Jason McIntyre. This isn't your typical sports pod pushing the same tired narratives down your throat. Every straight fire gets you honest opinions on all the biggest sports headlines, accurate stats to help you win big at the Sports Book and all the best guests. Do yourself a favor and listened to straight fire with Jason McIntyre on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts Well. Is. Shallow. Already this time he's writing. Officially ready I got a little white is all core me a little? Old, white today too. It's a little cold, Don. I'm really liking the new hairstyle I. Have to say thank you. I'm drinking this duck horn man do you like Duck Horn? No I I don't know what that is. What does that Chardonnay I don't fuck with Chardonnay. No, it's a Soviet, blank. Oh, it's so blunk. Yeah I like a Nice Song Sir which I believe is a sylvan. Yom. Belong grape. I don't even think. A are you in what's Her this hairstyles really working for me? I like that you like it. I love to change the Avatar made for you because he doesn't have this hairstyle. I know and the beards. For avatars, the apple iphone isn't necessarily the dope beard they're not really that good look, Janney? Grillo you're growing right does. Represent correctly it's like. Yeah. No they and also just started following Joel on instagram. Really, we've been having lot to follow her. She's got. She's got some spicy pictures. MOM's MOMS. Parents. Are you like provocative. Well Known Joel knows how to find the right colors that suit herself. You know what I mean, and then she finds the right poses either. Litter. Yearning Lot I'm learning a lot about so well. I started following Joel because Bobby Moynihan yesterday hit me up. With something. And first of all Joel if we do do the Star Wars podcast, he should be one of the hosts with us because he's his knowledge of Star Wars is amazing. Anyway my point. You who else could be on it as I understand it, Patton oswalt is also on the level of you guys, right? Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely Made. Make a we can make a really dope team and it would be it would be adult podcasts could have legit people who legitimately into the show anyway into the movie. Into the universe anyway. So. Bobby Moynihan sends me a picture and it's got all of these pilots in it like Luke skywalker Harrison Dula. Landau itchy Lando Chewbacca I'm gonNA look real quick. Somebody's people I'm like who cares but Poe dam ran Bodey from rogue one pork INS. The list is the list pretty good and and Wedge Antilles Hans Solo. And List is choose your squadron but you can only pick pick four characters and this was the hardest thing I've ever had to do, and then I'd hit up I hit up. Joel. Joel. Four characters that's all you can choose and she throws them out. So easily she's probably like Oh wow, this is hard and then she's like, who did you say Hera Wedge. Luke no you didn't say look you said You WANNA pick officially wait no, you're right I didn't see luke. Remember I was. Thinking because unlike advocate and he's a great fighter, she was the best pilot in. Santa Kit and he's not even on the list but should have been because that's. My point is this is a hard this was this was one of the hardest choices I ever had to make when it came to star wars and Bobby Moynihan. His at is on Instagram Bibi Moynahan. And I chose Landau. Wage Luke skywalker and I said Han Solo and Chewbacca are a combination. But then I was like you know what? I'm going to take those too often put Harrison Dula. Ariza. Joe. That was a quick teaser for you guys who are interested in a star wars podcast that will soon be coming to you. From my heart, it's not this is not said podcast this podcast about fake doctors who are actually real friends yet but I just wanted to throw that out there real quick because as I know you know how important star wars this to me and if I have some star wars. Trivia or knowledge or a puzzle. That you would always allow me to talk star wars because you know how it's important to me it is. It is very important to my friend and I love you very much welcome all of our listeners I everybody. Thank you for listening. Thank you for all your amazing feedback on our on our instagram and Twitter Donald and I love hearing from you guys in love hearing. What you have to say I saw someone today regarding. A Tuesday's show sent Oh my God. This podcast is getting dirty because we got. We got into the video analysis we got into manscaping. So hopefully, we didn't upset to. Clear something up to though I, think I did not take. Out at the. Club. Just, your pbs I, just showed the pup- 's Okay I just I when I when I heard the story I didn't remember the story when I heard it. I used assumed you you didn't you came down to just above the EEL. Right before the black whale makes would make an appearance. Right. We cut it there. Yeah. Just brought it down to show what was happening but you know I think it's important I felt like we didn't important public service announcement because I feel like there's people out there who who don't know and they need they need someone to tell them and that's why we're here is fake doctors real friends. Yeah, we also created a new segment called. Let's fix your life. Yeah. That was fun. It's going to go well today dwell. We're going to do that again with today's caller. Okay Great. I will give them. and. Just a quick heads up for you guys, we have Shay Serano. CAST. Really, the best guess we ever had. Really. Excited about it. John Without your desire to sorry let me ask you sweat sweatshirt designed to look like it has stains on it yet it's tied I to gray and white tied, which a grain white white-tie over zoom. It looks like was artistically designed to look stained. Well. No and I thought it was a nice choice. It was. Handsome. It's by Nike. ooh. ooh. And like. You know I love Nike these bad boys. Fire Ooh Asia. Do One thing I don't recommend doing you guys is putting your credit card information into the Nike App. And I did that with a few drinks in me, you then don't really ever think like you're really buying anything. It knows your size and it has your credit card info. So you can be like up Lake when you go to Vegas. Room. Exactly. Yeah. Just. Hang on when you go to Vegas and right and those chips look like they're little candy new just awesome on the table take. The next to you know you don't have a home anymore. To put them out there anyway say Serano is with us today. Yes. Do We should get into the show with a little bit of a five, six, seven eight. About. Canada's. Asked. So. Here. OPS scratch. Ladies and gentlemen. Sarong. Thunderous applause shape. Earned sir. Shea, we've had a little bit. On this podcast we had you and I think you're by far everyone's favorite guest. I'm probably a solid fifteenth place finisher. Love you dude. We hung up with you Donald was like Oh my God he's like he was perfect. He was such a guest. That we talked about. In basketball for thirty minutes and it's back holding. Back, we finally got back together my Gosh I'm. That's about to ask you that right. Dave Dollar Dame time. Let's go listen fucking champion. Do He's playing That whole team looks good him Nur Chick Rican A. Great Yeah degrading CJ got a broken back and he's destroying right now. I don't understand I. Don't understand I was GONNA. Ask All. The doctors how you can break your back and get better at basketball. He's doing a little too much driven me. He's doing a little too much. James. Harden on on the when he gets you gotTA. Journal. When you walk when you move. Not Don't you get. Traveling and the referee goes like this right? No doubt. But he's dribbling at a point where makes the offense kind of just stand still and watch and sometimes he makes it like the beautiful thing about Portland and I can't believe I'm saying this because I am not a trailblazers fan but I am a mellow I am dame I am a C. J. and I am. Blazers Fan because that's the starting lineup right now. Let me. Let me finish. Let me finish. The thing about that is though they're a great one on one team one on one. Each one of those guys will give you the business. Yeah. It's amazing to me that their team ball is such is in such good shape right now like you know what I mean. Mellow has saved him several times and it's the same play. It's the same way from the top to the corner. Splash three. Time I. LL Tom Dame Tom from half court dame time. Because I I saw some of this some of this basketball on on TV and I I was just taking the whole thing with the fans the projected fans you can buy you can spend money and be a fake fan in the stands right Not a fake value and you have to pay for it. You just apply it's like. Fill out a little form and then they pick you out of that I want to do that Donald. We should do that one hundred percent make that happen. Yeah. Let's make I want to make that happen and and so I was what I wanted to know to hardcore basketball fans like you guys if if. Only you know. Obviously, it's weird in this whole bubble thing. But if you were still, if you thought the Games were noticeably different, are the scores higher or lower like what are what are what's different without the fans? Show you WANNA take this. The presentation for the Games has been outstanding does not it does not feel any different to me if anything everything says a little more heightened because you know they're all stuck there like I don't know if you play like Aau basketball or like any sort tournament basketball when you show up at one location and all of the teams are there to sort of wandering around and becomes a like a very tribal sort of experience you like with your team and all your. Enemies with those what it's been, it's been so much fun to watch. I've been really really impressed yet not only what I really enjoy that there's no such thing as homecourt advantage now. Yeah that's crazy. Right I love that I love the fact that everybody's playing on neutral ground. So so sorry again I'm I'm the voice of people that don't follow sports at all. So team. With a with a die hard fan base would genuinely have a an advantage bright because absolutely going out there loud they're ruining you on. So you're feeling that energy while you play like I remember I played in this thing called the I talk about this all the time I played this thing called the NBA Entertainment League, and we made it to the conference finals one year. and. It's a neutral it was pretty much played on the same court and the only time you would have you know fans there was when you bought your family. So if I bought my girlfriend at the time, she would be cheering for me. So in the conference finals we played we played against Jaime Fox's team, right and Jamie being the genius that he is he was like, let's pack the stands with nothing. So. You. Know it's a at it seems like it's a regular game I look up into Santa. I'm like, wow, it's packed in here today put that's normal. You know it's too high profile teams in the league playing against each other where. My team had a bunch of celebrities on it Jamie Fox was on the other team. You know what I mean and so it was like, okay, I get it. People. Want to see US ball. And we come out and we're doing warm ups and everything like that, and then the game starts. Everybody's there for Jamie's team. So smari. SMART. And so the first couple of plays I come down a pop three, right the next play I come down pop another three and everybody in the crowds like Oh kind of silent and I'm screaming my team. Let's go. And then Jamie's team starts to score and they're freaking cheering for them and then they're shooting. Here we go. Spurs. Let those. And I look. Toast. Looked up. To date and she was in the stands rooting, for Jamie Fox's team and when she saw me look at her allocated like what the fuck are you doing she shrugged. Off. Exit. One. Of My one of my favorite things about anytime you talk to somebody about basketball who plays basketball and inevitably they would tell you a story about a game they played. At as soon as I started talking, they'd do without just did with the with the. Mimics, dribbling is doing this. Every time as my favorite. Soon shoulders shake. Everybody got a little bit of dream in everybody. Got A little team to dream. That's how you know the stories about to good when they do that move right? There are they. Photograph filming the Games any differently I thought Bill Lawrence said something to me about like they're doing some like. way of shooting it to make it more exciting or am I wrong they this? They brought back this this camera view that they added the All Star game about fifteen or eighteen years ago whereas basically court level and it moves back and forth and you can watch it that way. So they show that when every once in a while but generally. All looks the same the same. It's really really well. So this. Is the first team sports. It seems like am I right at NBA is handled this the best. Known covert goes absolutely baseball shutdown hugging two days in or whatever they earned out. This is a bad idea. Let's. Let's be honest. Let's be honest. The NBA is always had in my opinion the best. Commissioner. Fischer from stern to. Silver. Ever since star took over the best commissioner who actually cares for their the the league's players not to say that Goodell and and whoever the Commissioner of baseball is right now don't care for you know the I think you could say Adele doesn't care. I. DidN'T WANNA put. That out. There but UTAH. But You. Know Adam silver is by far. SA-. Best Commissioner in sports right now that's far by far and the product that he's put up. On. The television for His made it so so enjoyable. So they all live in the same. They're living on Disney World Disney, right? Yeah. We're on the sports campus. and. So the is there like do they all get to hang out with like bars and shit like? They that's that's been like one of the really fun parts of watching all this happen because if you follow any of the players on social media or any of the teams that you always get like these shots as group went out fishing together or they were at the wherever together, just sort of hanging out doing stuff there was a really good one last night Mike Conley Mike Conley who plays for the jazz. He had to leave for personal reasons and he came back and he was doing his quarantine and after the jazz one, the game. Donovan Mitchell. Has Been balling like fucking crazy for them. Win By and they were filming Mike through the through the window and he just sort of saying it was a really sweet sort of tender moment. Guess it's fucking longer. You have to quarantine two weeks if you home I think it's something like seven days. Yeah with. was getting he was getting tested while he was out so that he could come back quicker. So I think they were making him do I think like four days, but it's usually it's a handful the days Rondo is GonNa be better days. I heard that like eighty percent of symptoms show in ten days or something that please don't quote me on that and don't judge your life on that. I'm just fucking recalling memory. But I guess if you're getting tested every day, it's it's different I. Mean you at least know if you have a test every twice a yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Shave amazing. Welcome back to the show man we we really love having you on and and the fans love your insight and. You can speak way wiser about these episodes than than Donald and I, can we can just. Nervous to do the recap right now because I'm Jay. You gotta see the new segment I know that Shea is like the king of recaps. Should've had shea right one too. So you guys. I, don't. Know. No, no, no no no no no no no. Everybody likes shade do the freaking. I'm excited through Donaldson to talk about the first thing that came to my mind and I want to talk about I'm just gonNA t do it's called Teasing Donald and radio. Talk, about something, we're GonNa talk about after recap I would not have the patience to wait around for Carla if she was trying to think about it, I need to think about it I think about like you know what you need to think that will get into China. Let's start. All right. All right. That was Geez hold on. Let let me get my stop watch ready. Cleaning out, thirty. Seconds. Okay. Look Your Lips. I want you to look good for Shae and gump. Dr Kaku becomes the storyteller in this episode and we learned that he's not the altogether guy. We think he is Elliott meet someone who works at the hospital and is surprised when she finds out that he's a nurse. Tries to figure out what he's doing wrong to make Carla have to think about his proposal. How we're perceived by others although sometimes it may be positive. Isn't necessarily who we are getting to know someone and being open to other truly is the only way to find out who they are nets. Uniform. But. It's true. This whole sodas you and you know, what show you know what? I know why you wanted to do this episode because this is an episode on perception and this whole episode is about who we think somebody is because of what they do or how they present themselves isn't necessarily who they are. When when you really get to know them and we don't know this stuff like the whole thing the whole thing with Cox and how we from the beginning of the show you think he's you know he has some issues but you think he's put together guy whose. Strength is the fact that he's this Alpha Male, but that's his weakness if it turns out to be in. And real talk here's a very weak man. He's he's good at his job. He's good at he's good at training these kids but he's a weak weak man he has don't you? Don't you find like stereotypically the guy with the biggest fucking ego and and screaming and everyone in being just an insane narcissist is very often incredibly insecure. Well, when you say narcissists yeah, I definitely feel that way but I don't look at Lebron James like Oh man Lebron's a week dude you know what? I mean I look at them like know he he can carry a team. He has the strength to carry. He told the men are on isn't It would be crazy to me if when we have when getting to know Lebron James, if he turned out to be dude who Has a problem speaking up and has a problem with confrontation and you know what I mean these things would be it would blow. My mind is my point but I'll let you talk about it. Yeah Yeah, that's pretty pretty close to the reason that I wanted to do this one. When when reach out all of the very best TV shows are the very best shows because of the relationships that they are able to make you care about. Peggy and Don and Madman Jim, Pam and the office. Avon is the wire of Arabella at pretty much anyone on I may destroy you because that thing that that interpersonal connection with someone else is not only something that we sort of understand implicitly but also it's something that we all want and need and pursue and the more ways that a show can press that button in your chest. The sort of higher up the rankings they can climb. It's the same reason that so many people respond to you to on this show it feels like you're going to be a part of your relationship, which is very clearly a special thing. So when Joe reached out and asked which episode I wanted to do, I knew that this one had to be the one mind you. There are some really great episodes in season two you have the. Colin Hay overkill episode, which I would argue is the first truly iconic scrubs music cue in scrubs is the best show ever at using music and this was the first time we saw how exceptional they were going to be at. So you have that when you have a JD's brother get introduced into the show you have Turkey coming through for Carlo. When her mom passes away like there are a lot of those of those moments but I especially enjoy this because a we get very good glimpses of several of the relationships in the show. And then be we get Carl, Turk officially getting engaged and that Carla Turk relationship is I would argue among the very best romantic relationship portrayals that any television show has ever offered. Agreement that I agree with that wholeheartedly meant and not because I was a part of it, but they're dynamic is very much similar to the that my wife and I have. You know what? I mean I'm the mature one and she's the one that freaking grounds us in and that's the exact same thing that Colin. Turkey. Have I agree with that? Yeah. You were so passionate when I put it on when I reached out to Shay on twitter, I said We want you back I. Hope you'll come back. Have you back at least once a season what you you pick and by the way I share before I said it's Jining see before I said it's anybody. I, the cast members it was like Shea whatever episode you want, and he's like with like five minutes he's like. It probably wouldn't be quicker if you've probably seen the tweet earlier but break right right. When he saw it, he was like, no doubt his story historic. Pasi right here for a special announcement cold police. In. This. New Segment on interrupting bills the new segment when I interrupt your podcast whenever I want to ask you a question that I can then get to listen to the answer to good music from Dan or Joel guys play this whenever you want. What I love this episode, His story and I'm site that you tour their Zach Donald. Hey Shay. Erica goes in there because of his roy shit with Johnny See. I think it's got the most romantic song at the end. I was still in the online cut. Questioned by the old ninety seven's you WanNa talk about we actually started with the Song I. In this one because we knew we wanted to kind of have cool proposal underneath this music but your question is. Can you tell me? There was a joke in this episode that got us the most I know what? It had a tree Alec complaint. And a actual letter of admonishment from a National Organization thought the joke was incredibly offensive probably more of a stern letter that I got any national organization. Can you tell me what that joke? Look I know the answer I go yeah. I, it actually hit me. And I? Was surprised by again this is a product of twenty years ago. But when Kelso makes fun of Ricky, Schroder for being a nurse and he says because you're doing a woman's job. And I think that I imagine it was the Nursing Association, some National Medical Nursing Association or maybe was the Ama. WHO said a that's bullshit and stop perpetuating that and be there is such a shortage of nurses. The last thing we need you doing is is convincing men that they shouldn't pursue this very noble profession and you WanNa if you WANNA be a show that celebrates the medical profession, you're actually hurting us by putting old. Antiquated. Stereotypes on the nursing profession. That's my guess Dana's. Find out the answer is when Paul says Paul the nurse by by Rick Schroder says Elliott's embarrassed date me because I'm a nurse and I don't know why Kelso's response as well sons because it's a woman's job. The. Organization of nurses admonished US and sent us a letter saying that we really set things back and and how offensive they found that which I understand. But also I would argue that Kelso was supposed to be that kind of old school guy from a sexist era. That would believe in say things like that that said, I'm not surprised and. The got that reaction this is my official. I'm sorry Oh my favorite joke in this episode. Actually randomly was when Sarah Chalk just throws away a very matter of fact, sad thing which is she does a lot just like, hey, I didn't break up with Paul because he's a nurse stop putting bedpans in my locker. It makes me cry I always loved that One. This is the first episode that was narrated by another character completely and to the introduction of another fan favorite recur character patient played by one of our stuntman you should be able to answer this. So I'm not giving you the answer. I'll be back in a few minutes with another eruption. He's GonNa go. Calm down. Bill I appreciate the new segment, but it's GonNa. It was a little long and no. Now. We're told there's more. With Little by little little by little it becomes like Donald and I are like just like five minutes of the by guys is Monologue Well since bill brought it up, let's talk about it because I think that was something that was shocking and by the way we can all the address the fact that one thing the show highlights and Shea. You'll be able to articulate this better than dominant is masculinity and stereotypical masculinity and what that means and how Ricky Schroder was playing this guy who's very handsome and he's charming and she immediately looked down upon him because he was interest she was literally embarrassed to be seen with him because he was a nurse. It's an. It's an interesting dichotomy here because. Thing that happened in this episode that often happens in inscribed episode is you have to storylines happening at the same time that don't seem like they're related but like philosophically they are related. So you have what Donald was mentioning earlier with Dr Cox? Very clearly, we get to see how destructive his masculinity is in his life like this sort of. Traditional overt, I don't need anybody. Persona that he has. We see the backside of it and it's like, oh, he's miserable and watch any finished watching the game. Stack of pizza boxes because he thought people were going to show up like this is a very sad moment. So you have that going and then on the other side of the total opposite side of that as you have this other person who clearly an advanced individual rigs character and he you're saying he's smart and funny and charming and handsome, but he can't get a fair shake either like he's doing the thing you're supposed to do and people are looking down on him here where where we're sort of idolizing this one character. Secretly. His life is falling apart over here. We're looking down on this other character and he's got all of his shit together but we don't appreciate what it is that he's doing. Right up. Shake. So. Happy. You're here. I I think. I think we should cut bills interruptions just have. You know let's talk second. About. Rick Schroder because we. Don't know about you, Shea but Donald. I. Don't know about you this regard but silver spoons was on my watch lists do the champ just let's go back to the champ. Okay. The champ I never saw. I never saw the champ. I think it's Rick Schroder and Jon voight plays the champ. Yes and I know that Rick Schroder like cried in a way that no one had ever seen a kid crying moving tiebreaking it's tough. Watch I. Was? Like Rick Schroder when I was a kid, you know it was. So Rick Rick had the show. And then when they introduced Alfonso Ribeiro to show that's when I was hooked by Oh because they brought in a young handsome black man and you were like oh go on well yeah. You know absolutely as a young African American male it's always great and some riding I'm not gonNA say handsome because that's How the people to decide. But it's always great to see somebody representing you on screen. So they bought an fons Oh and he was doing all the Michael Jackson stuff. That's show became even more to me but. Absolutely silver spoons in my opinion was one of those shows that I would look to watch because of the relationships, the relationships that Rick had with his dad and with his friends you know what I mean This was this kid who was extremely rich and wasn't a Dick about all of his money. He was very much like you know everybody come and experience what me and my dad have that being said, yes, I want to give it a quick shout out to Jason. Bateman. Who was the bad guy on Silvis Benjamin. The. First part I don't know but from that point on tim well. They even even I think they even did a spin off from silver spoon starring Jason Bateman. where he and some other dude would constantly played. On each other I'm GonNa go with your digression and Jason. Bateman has had the most epic awesome career I mean he's started at such a young age. and has and has done so much great work, and now in this new chapter of directing I mean I don't know if you're ozark. But his his direction on Ozark is extraordinary and And it's just it's just so you know the so few people that can start that young. And then and then go the momentum long. Oh. It was little house. That's right. Jason. I made a film called the X. which it's kind of a B. Plus. Check out if you get a chance check out the exits Jason and Charles Grodin and depend Amanda Peed Fred Army Sinn Mia Farrow has an amazing amazing cast and I think you'll gig lot and it's a good. It's a good thing to watch when you're when you're gonNA break and we will be right back with Shea Serrano and Donald Cezanne's. 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And I just remember thinking there was a remote control that opened the front door and never arcade games in the living room and just thought like you know it was clearly targeted at whatever age I was and I thought it was so exciting and then they had a very special episode. We talked about this once on the as before we're back in the day when. A Sitcom have dramatic episode here we were on a show that would have lots of drama, but on on traditional three camera, you know in front live in from an audience. Sitcom. They would go. They would give warning they'd be like ten nine on a very special episode of silver spoons. Recommend Parents Watch with their children and that was the episode when when Rick, they call them the ricker, the ricker shot a deer. And Ricker was upset that he killed it here. He regretted killing the deer. Do you remember the anybody remember I don't remember that they don't. The thing that I remember most about that show. Is the theme song. Here we are. To face a couple of. Fine we're two of a kind. Go. Thanking it grow together. We. Find. Way. Again. Megan time each day to learn all of. Those things you just can. I think you should have gone fell senator can. This is when you go falsetto you. I used to love that. Song. So Alfonzo came on as the best friend and he was doing lots of dancing like Michael Jackson style dancing as all black people do on television shows wherein introduced. Well listen. Talk about this how many times did I dance on this motherfucker show? How well well, well okay. In fairness you're a very good dancer. So southbound slow. And? I think any performer that you bring onto a TV show you're going to go what are they great at? Let's fuck in use everything they're great at the West Wing then have delayed tap dance. Delays one of the best dancers in the world I know that one of the best tap dancers in the world is Delay Hill. Okay. If I was Aaron Sorkin. I would have been like you guys. Delays, Cathy. I didn't know that about two. Worlds speaking of tap dancing I was a kid and I saw Alfonzo in the tap dance kid on Broadway which was a tap dance musical. Duly Hill was also attacked one of the TAP dance kid that's how good he was. Oh Wow. That's Alfonzo did it on our onto originated on Broadway? I don't know how good of a tap dancer Alfonzo is, but he was the first. One on Broadway to play it, and then Savion and delay I think that the tour. Savion took over for Alphonso and then it became a completely different show. Then it became more about the the tap from what I recall I could be wrong. Don't get it i. just remember as a kid who was loved Broadway and spectacle that certain point there was a cable car that went across the stage like. You know big Broadway budget musicals will have some big settlement. We were like Oh my God look at that and their moment was like the cable car road. I. It must have been imagining it's the fifty Ninth Street When he it takes place in Harlem. It takes place in New York City and I think he wrote that thing that thing that goes to what's The island next to Manhattan and they have a cable car that goes too long are Staten Island. No you know that weird little island. That's that's next to Manhattan Donald you grew up on the fucking island. You don't know where it is Joel Keila where's the cable? Street. I know what to talk about on each side I know what you're talking what's the name of the island it goes That should go. Ask. Up from New York. Yes. Asked me if I've ever been to the Statue of Liberty. Liberty, I have not been to the statue of the why Them. Why would he? Asked me when the World Trade Center was up. If I've ever been to the top of the World Trade Center I'M GONNA. Guess. The answer's No. Right. To the top of the Empire State Building. Have you been at the top of the empire? State building no man? Ever in the Roosevelt Island Tramway Roosevelt Island Roosevelt Island. So, for those of you who are not that we're talking about, there's a little mini island next to Manhattan and it's called Roosevelt Island and people. There's there's there's like a whole community there and There is a k, the tram cable car thing that goes over there and tourists often ride it but also I think people that live there right it. We should probably get back to the show I. Know we can episodes side. We Digress. About the called up and Judy fucking great platform in the beginning. Yes. Good for judy eleven when Judy gets comedy because she always was concerned that she wasn't getting enough comedy and whenever I see her do a full. PRATFALL. Now I'm happy because she nails the door. She she nails it and and and it's very funny. I was GONNA. Say we already boarded up but the record joins US men. The And now, we can't talk about silver spoons because we already talked about. The Ricker was on another TV show for a while it in my blue I think. Something like that. Yeah or a law and order something like that too. Well, we looked. So he had a long career, but he but he was doing that at the same time he did scrubs, right? Yeah. I remember that he was on a series at the at the time. And the diner I thought was interesting was our cafeteria for some reason they decided to read remember this, Donald, they they they that hole diner set that we go to twice. was. Built. into. Our cafeteria. Or a little bit I do remember I. Don't know why they did. They spend a lot of money for some reason converting the hospital cafeteria into diner and that's not something when everything I don't think the cafeteria ever became anything else again other than the same Dina which Sean to though. We're. Sean gets real fat. Maybe. They did I. Don't recall and I remember I remember we there's something on the blooper reel that happened. I. Think it was a spit bucket or something if you consider if anyone's. You could consult the season to blooper reel, but I remember something happened with this this this catch up gag on your face and do no. I remember what happened. With. The Kid who says get bucket no, it wasn't a spit bucket the catch up gag to my face made I said to the camera. Now I know what a porn star feels like. Oh. Now then make the air didn't make it to air that didn't make it to air. On on scrubs Zwicky, they mentioned that you can see the little. That's going to you're you're you're? Gone Gone, they can see the hose that's running to your fake catch a bottle that splatters all over your face. If you're if you're interested in fuck ups, you can see that. Okay. We're going GONNA. Say something else. Also I'm also I got annoyed with Turk this episode me to. Like Because he just keeps asking her to marry him. Yeah. I mean it's embarrassing. It is embarrassing. Over and over and over again, so much to him standing on top of a car. At the end of our cold open. Honk for love heart for love and everybody's talking because they want these two jackass to get out of the street as JD runs down to freaking runs through traffic. But that was Kinda cute though GD. Both both. Obviously, the first time is to set up the second time in the second time. Literally gave me full-body goosebumps because I thought it was so romantic and. From that time where the fuck did you come from the second time? How did you know that was going down from Tex-? Well what happened. I've questions about how that happened anyway like so she said come meet me just as you're about to go fucking on your first date, but he didn't waste any time not well, you know. Also like vanilla or chocolate. I I like that chocolate. That chocolate. Also was finished. He finished a chili in front of her. He ate the whole thing in front of was weird I so so we're jumping ahead. So let's just go back to sparklers. Okay. So I just have a problem and and Shay what are your thoughts on this guy is? I just felt if it was real life and I asked the love of my life to marry me and she was like, maybe I, need to think about it then I would really be. Turned off I would be like. Well, why am I? So sure listen you're not an and and Donald and Turks technique is just keep asking and asking and asking I. Think I think there are different versions of of guys but this is very much a guy trait when she is telling you exactly what she needs right now I just need some space and you're like that's not actually what you need what you need is me to just figure out a way to say this differently and bigger and better, and I can prove to you how much I love you and That's that's the thing that a lot of a lot of guys do, but you get the sense that. Turkey. In the show who is very used to his whole life having to either a fight for something a little bit harder than everybody else is having a fight for or be just wanting to win at every single thing he participates in, which is like another thing we see in the show like it would make sense that he would react this way to this particular thing you know. Well that's a good point. He turns it into like you turns it into fled competition. He's like I'm going to do a bigger and better proposal. This time I'm going to stand on a car. Yet in real life when I met my wife after Zach. Step to her and said, you know he likes you. I would run into our over and over again and every time I ran into her I would ask for her number. And she would do something that Carlos doing. Like Carlos not saying no. She's just saying me time. and. My wife now, my wife before I would ask her out every time. I saw him. I want you give me that number. Is. Life. She would be like not this. This is the fucked up shit she would be like not this time. Probably next time I. See you I'll give it so admit. Okay. So now so now I'm trying to figure out new ways and she would do things where would be like. I'd be out and about with a girl and she'd come up to me and be like, hey, how's it going and I forget about the girl and be like Oh, Shit and put. Much. Let's. Forget this girl I'm really into Hugh and she'd be like not this time. But next time you ask me I'll probably give it to you. Casey I love her more. Than hugging. Her game is her game is tight. And then just like Turk Turco's you know what I'm done doing this shit this is some bullshit. I've I've jumped through hoops enough. I'm no longer going to do it. Then she accepts the proposal and the same thing with my wife. I finally said you know what? I'm not going to pursue this anymore. She's playing me like I'm a freaking like, I'm lotto like I'm the lottery. So I'M NOT GONNA I'm not gonNA push anymore. And she comes back at me and she's like, Hey, how's it going and I remember it was me you the girl you were dating at the time and Josh Raden we were at Hyde and she goes, hey, how's it going and I look up and I go? Hey, how's it going and I go back to our competent we were talking and she goes Oh shit well. What's going to give you my number but I guess now but don't you think but the come on buddy don't you think the only reason she flipped because now you gave her the cold shoulder and choose like row but I think that's why Carla flipped also she was asking the space and then Turk finally gives her the space and she's like well okay I need him in my I'm realizing right now I want him in my life the fact that I don't know what he that he's not working today is a big deal for me. Because I know everything about the guy and so therefore Shit. What am I doing this? Just asked me to marry him and this is what I've always wanted, fuck? Yeah I wanNA marry you and that's when the switch happened. The switched happened when he realized Oh shit there's a possibility he might not be around for me anymore. It's amazing how people quickly change when we shift who were being like the second. You know it's like a game of ping-pong and I'm hitting like this I'm heading like this. I mean like this the second I do something completely different and could spin on. You then have to react differently and it's just I. Know I'm stating the obvious but it's interesting in just in human relationships how we get stuck in this Rut I'm being Turks being this way he's being this way. He's being this way all of a sudden shifts like and then she has to shift to react, and then it's a very powerful. Communications tool that I don't know that we knowingly Marshall Enough. You know what I mean like it's it's like you all you needed was to stop being so desperate and then she shifted I think he needed to not only? Did he need to give it a space by it needed to happen in the way that it happened because I think that that's what? Sort of jogs her memory and allows her to connect everything back to like Oh. This is a fear I have because of a thing that happened in my past. You know what I'm saying this is not just like, Oh, I just need for him to not be available for for a few minutes. This is more I have a thing in my head that I need to work my way through and by him acting the way that he did it finally helped her figure out exactly what it was that she wanted and what it was that she that she needed was less about just like I'm just not going to be here anymore there's more about all of the other parts of it. What that all meant, and then him finally breaking away and then her realizing Oh. This is because of like my own things that I have going on not because of him because I think he keep trying to figure out like what it is about is it about me is it because you don't like this is because you don't like that and it turns out it was not any of those things it was like her own stuff that she had to wrestle with I. Don Donald You. When Casey finally gave in and went on a date with you did you guys click right away? Yeah. Well, that was the thing. So you know me. And Daniel Shea Joel, you guys are getting to know me. The type of person I like to be around. Is Somebody who's fun and enjoys moments you know what I mean and. I could tell from one dance with her that she was funny and she enjoyed. Just mom living in the moment beaming living in the moment, right with special to her and so. I knew look if I could just get this young lady out on a date with me. I will be I can be me. Completely And I think she'll bounce off it. We have something. There's something about that. That energy that we have that spark that we have that's undeniable and you know the fact that she's pushing me away telling me to come close is proof that she feels it too and so from the first date on. We were to you know we went out on a date and we and the next day we were together and the day after that we were together until we got married. You we've been together since but. It only took one date because I knew. She's going to enjoy. What I have to offer and I'm definitely going to enjoy what she has to offer and we sat down in a dingy ask pizza restaurant there's no longer around and talk shit about our lives. And then we went to the dime which was right next door to the dingy as pizza restaurant. And ran into my old friend Jessica macario. That's when I knew. I was like this this this this has got to work and she was on the first date with the man she's now married to. Michelle PATUA SPINNING DJ. Michelle pay. For those who don't know yet it just I just knew I knew that once we hung out, I knew that we would have a lot of fun together. So yeah, we clicked like we were as far as would say we were like peas and carrots. Right away peas and carrots. Let's talk about Johnny C taking over the voiceover. So this was the first time. This has ever happened and the first time a title of the show has moved from my such and such to his story or her story or what have you. And Bill Establishing the convention of when it does happen some the person is sort of tapped. And it gets goes into their body. I don't know who the next one was was donald or was it sorry I think Sarah's next Sarah's next and where you was at once a season that we did it. And we introduced Eric goes in who those you don't know Eric goes in is an amazing writer and actor and when when Johnny see was on and he told that story of doing the play talk radio. where he forgot his lines and he was late and talk radio is a an incredible play mostly a kind of a a`major epic monologue by Eric Bogosian who wrote it. and Johnny see asked him to come on and play his. His his shrink in this episode. So, we also learned that Johnny's in therapy and at least trying at least even though he and his shrink heavy, very contentious relationship he's at least trying to do work on himself. Cox's. Therapy because of Jordan, though if I'm correct right I think he's in therapy just because he's a miserable human being in he and no but I think I think one of the reasons why he did it was too. If we go back to when Jordan says, you know when him and Jordan are starting to get back together again. When she walks out on him after he was supposed to do the speech for Kelso and about council like he's an evil person. I think one of the things he says to Jordan. If I'm correct I could be wrong. He says, look I'm doing therapy now like he wanted me to back in the day so I can work out my problems I could be wrong. I don't think I am but you know, I think all of the things that he's going through right now at least the therapy session that he's going through was because of him wanting to get back with Jordan. I would like to ask bill but he won't answer this shit anymore. So. Format with bill is you know. Interrupts and goes on for minute monologues. That's. Okay. We're GONNA take a break, and when we come back, we are going to have a very thrilling guests and you know how I know that because Joel is the person that picks them and also. We're GONNA. Fix their life. Oh. Yeah. In our new segment and chase GONNA help us. We're GONNA fix this person's life. 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Time thing is babble can help you pick it up fast I've been thinking about brushing up on my French to be honest and there's no better time than now. Well, I'll tell you something Zach heads and I've always wanted to learn a new language, but it can be intimidating whether it's time effort or money babble gets rid of all the roadblocks. So I could start speaking Spanish sooner I would like to live in California, I think it would make the most sense to learn. Spanish, there's. So many Spanish speakers here and I'm going to tribal and see if I can become fluent during this quarantine time. Well, Zach Babbel's proven to get you speaking a language within weeks. Yeah. The daily lessons are like to fifteen minutes long and they start by teaching you words and phrases they make it fun. They could be like an a game plan. Your you know people are just going like playing a game on the rap low. 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Where you calling from Chris I'm I'm in Phoenix I'm just right next to you guys here. Eighty five degrees every day. Yeah. It got to be burning right now because this one right now in the valley. So what's it near you? Today is the first day in like forty five days is under a hundred and ten. Owner you want Oh nine today so we're like telling. Chris can't feel the difference. Can you even go outside or dislike now? fucking. Pools are like just hot. You can't even go on your floor hybrid. Outside. I. The I can do this but now thirty two and I'm like I I'm so miserable I'm irritated I. Just, go to your car. Now you've forgotten your. From the world. It's awful. Were Christie know what's trending today the meme of me going it's Everyone and Phoenix every day and I said that so many people when like people from Seattle People Can York got French Chicago and I'm like don't even talk to me right now because. Awful. To. The show welcome welcome. You gotta you gotTA question. I saw an obviously including the legendary Shea. Serrano. We can all for you. I do have a couple of questions. One is for Zach here. I would just the music I love music so much in. My like partial question is, who is the Jeremy Caveman did you guys use like real four journey as long from the first season or to do you know what you're maybe not because? It's not me I 'cause I mean I'm sure I loved it but I have to say the most under appreciated voice in choosing music was was Christa Miller because. She's one. It's music is her passion and. She really. Kinda took you know would be. I've said this before we would do is we would just feel like a huge playlists, potential songs in the in the avid, the computer we use and. And you know kinda groups by genre like Oh. This should be sort of a melancholy heartbreaking thing owners should be uplifting and exciting. Oh, this should be comedic and it was about an lots of people would contribute like all of you guys have to use the song. But I think the and then you know you just try it until in in computer until you go my joke with all the stuff I've created as if it's an emotional moment like. The idea, the goose bump on the arms race like you can play your favorite song over and over and over again. But if it doesn't match with the with the with the moment in the show it, the magic doesn't happen and an even a song you've been thinking about forever you oh, man I really would have thought this would have been perfect here but doesn't work, and then all of a sudden someone goes tried to sign you're like it's not gonNa work and then go just try try and you try it and you go oh shit every hair my arm is standing up some some little piece of magic has happened. But now I have to I have to shot to Krista who who I think was. Really the most in charge of music. Outlets like I think the structures the best that is just matching the tone with some you guys pick and then the fall the question that Donald if you guys. Made The show in twenty twenty what artists or are you using now? Oh, if you kind of. My now wife would be on the soundtrack. We've been talking about now what? I think it would be I think when I don't think. It'd be like I know what's because of that? It's hard to run around with sparklers to walk but I I. Don, was there a lot I know in truth and truth there would be a lot of Ed Sheeran. Yes that's one of Zach's favorite artists. There'd be some. People. Yeah because he's the daughter of the creator of the show. There'd be some Alami Day phase on because he's my brother and he's making music. There'd be there'd be. Rating, right there still be Josh rating obviously, I think the music still holds up. As much as those songs were new at the time, I still feel like they captured every moment. Perfectly. So I don't know how much the music would change I still think it would still be the same tone other be new are I think it'd be the same tone, but there are, of course now this many years later. So many new singer songwriters that that I'm sure we would try It's funny though I will tell you something that I learned you know what I mean garden state I I pretty much. Everyone said I was going to get that music and then I just kept trying and try and try and never give up never give up never give up and then I eventually got all the songs. But. Then about ten years later when I went to make wish I was here. Is I was filling out the Senate. You'd fall in love with the song and the editor would cut it to the song like Oh, my God, and then we'd have to check like where's the song when used, and then over the course of those ten years we're talking roughly two, thousand, four to two, thousand fourteen. The convention of using pick on at the end of your TV show to sort of summarize the end of the of what everyone had learned had become so pervasive that you just couldn't find an emotional song that hadn't been used ten thousand times. And we found like the websites where you can google where's this been used and it'd be like, oh no on grey's anatomy was on this it was on this it was on this this way we can't use that bucket song it's been so played out. So it became a very popular trend to this day. It's still is, and so it's a lot harder to now it's a lot more competitive to find music that you're not gonna go. That's a great song. I just saw it on such and such a TV show they use in fact, a little bit of Trivia that dovetails with this. I saw on scrubs Zwicky. It says that the song that ends the show that we all love and is so perfect I. It's an episode of the TV show Ed when Ed proposes to his girlfriend and of course, Ed was played by Tom Cavanagh who plays my brother? So you know this is the kind of thing we'd run into non stop. You know when when I was cutting here's you'd fall in love with something in I don't do something played out and actually to finish the point. The only song that's in garden state that's not on the soundtrack is a song by Alexi. Murdoch called Orange Sky and we didn't put it on the soundtrack because it was on the O C. I'm used on it and it had been used on the show, the OC, and at the time we were like, oh. Okay. We'll put it in the movie but I don't WanNa put on the soundtrack some other Trivia Zach recorded somewhere out there. the song from American tale how hard it is now like We had done forgot we had done A. Trying to songs like every year and stuff like that and so the first year we did baby, it's cold outside which now nobody's going to record ever again. Because maybe the maybe with all baby with altered lyrics right. But that's just a rape song and no but I mean, maybe the song is so beautiful. I hope that people will alter the lyrics be like baby can I call you a new number if? You've had too much. Can I make sure you get home safely? And so. A couple of years. Later we were like we should do another one. And we chose another one where out there. Beneath the Pale Moonlight Oh, coordinate we laid down was amazing. We laid down and everything and I played it for Buddy of mine. He was like Oh. Wow. This is just like what Donald Glover and Daniel Pootie did on. On a community community. Yeah, and we. Watch right which we we've never watched, but we spent so much money on trying to put the. Talk. Talk. Like a real producer we laid down we never put it out. Now. We'd have to pay for the fucking rights to it, but it was good. Yeah. Anyway. So Stinking up me. Even though this. is a great fit so well, the all ninety-seven. Yeah with. Some Ask You. implied. You know you weren't. You weren't a on the call earlier crispin built we had built. Lawrence. was. Interrupted and he he sort of implied that these sort of wrote to the song I mean. which was interesting. 'cause he. Think they liked the song so much. They sort of made the moment around the song which is. Shades do you guys ever do that to you guys upper right to music? You mean have night. Like a song puts you feel like, oh. Let me get this You go first Shea, and then I'll go. Yeah I actually did like a little thing. A couple of months ago where I wanted to write this short story but I only wanted listen to one album while I wrote the story and I just played this this album on repeat over and over again. Hoping something cool would happen is a Duke Ellington album. But Yeah I always have music playing. When I'm writing it's never anything with words though it's always got to be something without otherwise I get to distract. I agree I agree with that when I've tried ever to have words I can't. Right. But There's times when I want to set a mood or vibe for something I'm writing out shoes, Saddam's classical or. In the screenplay I'm working on now I I it's funny kind of seeped into the movie because I was like I'm going to prod some chopin just kindly ring the vibe and create the vibe at the scene, and then I fell in love with this. Piece by Chopin. So much I was like, wow, this obviously has to be in the score for the scenes. So then I was like writing into the scene on tingey record player, this song is playing. Yeah Lyrics I agree shea lyrics would would be distracting. Chris, you got another question go as you can. We're GONNA hang out for a bit. You ask no no, he's got more question. Then we're gonNA fix his life. Good. Well. So actually the story about buying gauge, which involves scrubs why research into well, a couple of months ago my wife and I I've been married for it'll be seven years in October, and so she's a few years older. So I like totally relate to Turkish these last episode So when I was planning my engagement, it was going to be. Two year anniversary in August and I had their ring and I'm like super not romantic under so bad at showing those kinds of things and so it's like, how do I? Propose stop being cliche but with like. You know romantic side of me, and so I decided that our anniversary is going to be on a Sunday and that's why I don't WanNa proposed on this Sunday going out to dinner. That was very cliche entertainer three I don't WanNa do that I. Don't WanNa wait to the next thing because when she's like well, Shit this is Because two years and we're not going anywhere and so I decided to do at midnight and so I got off work around nine, thirty ten and so when I went to her place as okay how the ring how to why these? And so me being a dummy like church. Hid The ring in her medicine cabinet and my thought processes was I'm going to ask her some tylenol at some point because I have a headache I'm GonNa make this excuse up that way. She can get me telling all at midnight she'll and be like, oh, wow. He's the best person either I'm going to marry him and so what we do discover our show back then the two, thousand thirteen, and so I was. Timed about weapons of episodes it'd be time to get the ring, and so we're watching scrubs and then it's like eleven thirty or almost finishing up an episode and she goes to the bathroom and go to the bathroom and I'm like Yo what are you doing and this is her place your what he's doing she's like I go to the bathroom I have a hangnail I'm gonNA, get the clippers and I was like. No, you can't get up there and scrubs. That's the rule. How dare you? have to finish the show. And she was like what and I was like you can't go back to finish the show you have to sit out. and. So she like think this test luck and she goes and sits down and so in my head this I'm like. I'm like how do I? She's not going to see the rink focused on where the nail clippers I which is different than where the medicine that and so I get up and go to the bathroom. During the up and so. And I moved the ring to where her her nail clippers are thinking that I'm Genius I. Got this. This is either and so not knowing that I told her, she can go to the bathroom when I did the same thing it's like come back. Sit Down like coop. All right. I'm good. Ten minutes episode. And then an episode and and then like alright showtime we're going to do this and I say, Hey, you can go Banou Clippers now. And she's like, no, fuck you I've been off my nail I don't need to go to the bathroom or something like Oh shit. Now, my friends screwed up again and so I go how do I? How do I troubleshoot this genius that I am and? Not. Have to be funny. It would have been funny if she was like I don't need more, but now I got. Until I said I also have a hangnail can you get me the nail clippers? And she looked at me for like ten seconds like. Are you serious like you need me to get that for you and I was like, can you please get them and then she gets up goes to the bathroom sees the nail clippers she freaks out and like slams the mirror what she doesn't realize it's happening, and then she opens it and I'm like, Hey, can you come out of the bathroom because I don't WanNa proposed in the bathroom that's a weird proposed. Can You bring him out of the bathroom and then I propose? Just, so lucky you're so lucky that the handmaid's tale wasn't out yet. You like that's how our. Turkish, like in the wine glass and. The copy my down the drama I. Get this. It's stressful. It is dress moment and I love you. I. Love. You were like no one gets up during SCRUBS. What the Hell you doing this is really applying. The rule while she said, yes, I'd take it so. It'll be revenues in October really funny if she ended up saying no. The that's the end of the story. He actually said, no. In my life has been horrible ever since. Chris. First. Of all Chris. Welcome to the segment of the program where we fix your live. Inside Right? We're ready to fix your life now the problem. You have Chris could be huge or it can be tiny. It could be as tiny as you guys know how to you know fix a broken light switch or it can be as big as helped me. Not. Do fixing a broken light switch. It's very difficult Between, think between all of US Daniel probably knows how to do it. Well, I'm saying we. Could be it could be minimal or could be enormous. We can solve it and we're going to fix it and we have Shay here it was way smarter than all of and he'll. A lot of brain power here I feel that with. Well this call, the free fix it session. I wrote down a question I'm ready. So my question is when I'm making a burger whether it's veggie or non veggie where do you put the sauce and all like the lettuce tomato pickles you put it on copy the Burger or do you put it on the bottom of the Burger I'll. Tell you Chris Donald is a grill man. So he's GonNa to go hit him, hit him I I do like to grill but I'm GonNa tell you something I'm not the person to ask for this. I think I think. Me Personally I fuck a burgers all the time. So I can't help you at this point in time Dan. You seem to know more about. Not. You honor me. Why can't we? I Want Donald Answer but can you not answer where to put Shit on cheeseburger because I fuck it up every time? So here's my. Two places to put it. There are a bunch of. Places to put it. So He's asking where you put the sauce so you can put the sauce on the button. You. Could put the sauce on the Burger or you could put all the fixings on top of the Burger and put the sauce on top of the fixings. I. Fuck this up every time because what happens is the way I do it I forget there's also you can put the sauce on the cheese or under the cheese like McDonald's. All right. All right. I'm just saying I'm just saying now I. Now, I see person when it comes from Burgas now I see why I'm glad you didn't answer Daniel will you have a nice beautiful succinct answer please you're very sweet to say so I think timing is of the essence when it comes to things like Burgers, I, think the longer you let anything sit the soggy or things will inevitably get with all that said, take the top Bun, put my ketchup mustard or whatever else you like to pickles and slapped out on top of my Burger. You don't put lettuce tomatoes and stuff on your birth lettuce tomato come in between. So I would say in that case. The Bun with the sauce on it ketchup mustard and pickles, and then I'll put you know the tomato, the tomatoes and lettuce on the actual patty and then. But I think it's controversial to put. Zero Sauce on the bottom bun. I like to give the bottom on a little love as well. Else. I do I do not down on this one. This is I you know the the sauce is supposed to be a an accent and that's too close to my tongue if it's on the bottom. I needed I need I need to protect it a little bit okay. Joel go way. It's all going in my mouth. I don't understand. I think that'd be a good teacher. It's all going. Chris we I think it's safe to say we have successfully fixed your life Know Chris Chris you're well, you're well, you're welcome. I'd recommend. That's okay dawn. Kelley I don't know how much donald you listen to podcasts at all decide. Okay I don't know but we have a recommendation please do It's kind of like way from Shea Saito's podcast. With Jason, concepcion I'd been the ringer and Jason Concepcion to. The podcast called Binge Mode Donald, which is as you parking huge Pop culture stories like they throwing. Harry Potter but Harry Potter. Star Wars season that you I know what law that like guys episodes interview who fuck my recommendation and I'm still whenever Chris whenever I? Christian. Obviously never I try and recommend things to Donald because I know his passions he he ignores them and I'm wondering that he will take you up on it but I'm the guy who's like scrolling through my phone because I'm bored and I stumble across like a death star firepit and I'm like, Oh my God Donald needs to get this dad star fire pit doesn't apply doesn't lie. Doesn't even as not as long as there's nothing practical about a death star firepit in my in my fucking backyard dude. into the death star, there's something. Wrong with. Fire. Pit. I'm just saying that I'm sad that you don't try out my recommendations maybe. Dark where you are but. I'm GonNa hit the light switch light switch. All Right Chris thank you so much for coming on crispin great guests. Great guests and you make me want to wear I don't really know the music of Selena but I feel like I would look cool wearing a Selena t-shirt change constant he. Yeah. If you get the chance dodge that he do what can y'all I'm. Think. Well. Thank you so much. Want to talk about something Andy Sean are. Are In the group of doctors that Cox invites over for drinks and wings sports on TV. Yes. So for those of you who I'm about to say for those, you don't know you couldn't know when they cut to Ziltser when when Cox is trying to invite his friends over and Zelter asked if there will be prostitutes and someone's and someone says no and he goes. Oh. Good. The two men who are next to him, our gaffer and our key grip the gaffer is the in charge of while the lighting and the key grip is in charge of everything all the gear and every and and and and so many things. So the two sort of very high crew people on on the set a we're we're we're we're, A, side-by-side? Seltzer. The people that Johnny was asking the to come over. Also. Johnny Castles Greatness episode we never really give shout outs to Johnny Castle who plays I've had a couple fans asking johnny. Johnny Castle on, we should do that he does such a great job on the show and the crazy thing about the character the characters. So fucking annoying dude I'm not GONNA lie like. He annoys the Shit Outta me. But, his arc at the end is so amazing and work so well like. Fuck, ups all like Johnny Castle is going to start to lose patient after patient after patient. Each one of his patients are going to die they move them to the morgue but his arc. At the end of it. All is so worth it like Johnny Castle eventually killed so many people they were like why we're in the mortgage. But. His character arc is so great and he becomes he becomes so confident at his job. When it turns into what it's GONNA turn into I, don't WanNa spoil it for anybody, but he becomes so confident that. You know this annoying nervous guy that. POPs up in a few episodes of season. When he gets to shine he shines and so I'm really excited for that. I'm waiting for that. I know it's going to take a couple of seasons but I'm waiting on I can't wait. What do you think about nurse Robertson his whole gossip run montage. That was funny that she was hilarious dude are jumping over the freaking dude on she's Oj all of a sudden she turns. Out She's How did that happen? Would surprise me I wanna ask you guys about this. Did it throw you off? The JD was still allowed to have fantasies even though he wasn't telling the story. Like so does he does he's at dinner with Turk they're eating at the restaurant wherever. He has a fantasy I think it's his fantasy of Cox hitting dude over the back with the chair and all that stuff. That's that's a good question and shame might know better than we do. But I always assumed that when the person took over the voice over, they took over the fantasies too. But I don't recall. Do you remember that shape if that's true or not? it's not exclusive to to be in the narrator of the show know right because other people do have fantasies. Through anybody off can live was watching it. I was like I assume that. You're saying that was ged's fantasy not cox's fantasy. Yeah. Absolutely talking about it. Yeah. Absolutely. But I will say this, we all have fantasies on the show at some point you know and you're doing monologues still you're still doing narration. Yeah. Yeah it's funny I. There's a little funny thing in that fantasy with Johnny. So and this is the first episode with Johnny, Tackling. Alzheimer's patient who was are sort of senior a stunt coordinator Ernie and and Ernie is in the segment. Where Johnny also knowledge you play the tackling Alzheimer's patients but he's in the segment where we're Johnny hitting people with the chair. He's the next guy over which made me think there's probably another improbably nailed him to and they cut it out because why would Ernie be sitting there? I don't know you know what I'm talking about. He nails the first guy yeah no citizens obviously. And then he and then earning kind of begins to Winston I'm like they must have cut out him nailing Ernie as well. Here's another thing that I noticed. And I want to give a shout out to all of our extras that were on the show. We call them background performers. Now Donald, my point is Chat out to all of the background performance because not only are some of them doctors and the hospital. But some of them are patrons at restaurants. When you look when you're watching this episode I noticed I, noticed that a lot of them are sitting behind us when we're eating dinner or what but what's your shoutout to them like they were able to non only be people at hospital you guys bay were able to be. Strong, shout my shout out to them is that we had a bunch of people that really worked hard to be seen on our show and and And create characters, and sometimes they were asked to do things that didn't you know what? I mean like continuity when it comes to our background, it gets better as time goes but in the beginning everybody was trying to get in where they fit in and this is one of those episodes where I recognize Oh. Wow. What is she doing in the? Background here when she was just in the background at the hospital with a lab coat on the funny thing is, is that our our GOTO regular background performance? I think we're very aware of like where to find the camera because like snoop Dogg's in the back of like a lot of shots at this episode I saw Colonel Doctor I saw beard say. I think all the greatest hits knew where to go. You know they were like I, see where the cameras and Mike character will be crossing to that whiteboard. Bills Final Thoughts Oh God okay bill. Interesting bill segment no warning whatsoever don't know if there's music I'm GonNa okay. If there is I told Dan or Joel to interrupt you guys when it becomes clear that Shea Serrano who is a big scrubs fan amazing writer more about the show than you too because I am interested because. Scrubs viewers actually do re watches and stuff and beyond. Shea whether or not. You've actually watched the whole series more than once I'm betting. There's way you watched it more than two or three times but some people said you might have even watched at five, six, seven, eight. Fought I. shed. No no he said he was going to stop doing. Just Down very clever clever. It bill and we were talking about something else and he's like it was very sweet. He was. Really got come up with a new thing for I. Know The I know the audience loves five, six, seven, eight, I, I wanNA shake it up I'm Gonna I'm GonNA come up with a new bit for season two. I. So I got a question for you. Do you know any? Kung, fu. Moves. I don't know who you are you talking to Zach. Zach almost. Everybody Goes Kung. Fu Finding. Their humped. fucking. Air. In and. That's that's a confer moves in the legend of the drunken master Chan. Wait what? J., so I'm clear. Jackie Chan Fuck. Fuck the air. deleted. Deleted scene from karate Danielson suck. The air. It was right after paint the fence. Go. That's a really sweet moment in the in the show when the therapist is telling Dr, Kaku if somebody in your life can get you something that that's a special person and then they cut to we see jd I really like when. When they take it up like that when we get it whenever like somebody who's saying Nice thing about somebody else but they're not hearing them say it. Really really great. Yeah. Well, Cuts Zach Zach Fox, the air, and then the janitor drops in from the ceiling. Don't. You don't fuck the air when you dance. Now No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no no hold on. You're doing a theme dance first of all, right Mike. Character wasn't so focused on Kung Fu as he was about doing his best dance moves, he's alone Elvia. That expression dance like no one's watching. He was alone in elevator and he knew no one was watching and it was time to fuck and get his groom on. Default move. Yeah. My probably my default move to I do a little little. So let me get this straight. Ahead when Kung Fu fighting comes on. And it gets to the. Nah Nah. Let me get back to Iraqi. I Suppose Air I would recommend it. Yeah. So then why all the hand gestures like you're about to do Kung Fu fighting and then fuck there. I'm just being my wacky self okay. Someone I'm sure Ken Winningham the Director of this episode said Zach come up with some funny ass. Weird. Dance. Move. Funny. Story though speaking about fucking. The Air I remember don't kid. And Woody piddle. Even know. I didn't this is embarrassing but this is how much I love you our listeners and I'm GonNa tell you another embarrassing by me. I didn't even know. I was too young to even know about masturbation or really what sex was I. Think I just knew that the man and woman got read together and light on top of each other and I was already of a of an age where where that was titillating to me. But I didn't really know much more than that and I remember building a pillow In my bed and and I don't know how I must have been like I. Don't know how I'm GonNa Guess six or seven Oh my God my kids have any idea what fucking is right now no but I'm saying I didn't know about it I didn't know about any know about the the the asks I just knew that I imagine that they lie on top of each other and make out and the baby gets me I'm saying was that innocent but I remember coming into my and I literally laid out the pillows like woman bed and then I came into my room and yawn like. We're cutting and. And I took off my clothes and I got into bed I laid on top of the pillar woman. Nine months later? Did she have a baby? Pillow Baby I had a pillow baby. I'm. I'm just thinking that. There was some I I think I had a pillow for name. Caccia in this show I never some joke. There was some joke like as I lay on top of my pillow girlfriend Caccia. Yeah, that's the thing. When you walked in the room and you're like spending time with your pillow wife did you say we need some romantic music right now and then Fu fighting is way. Just. You've ever that in my mind however year old brain I thought the first step to making love to your wife is to Yawn and say I've had such a hard day. That never works that never works try that. Everybody tries that Shit. Oh baby you wouldn't be had such a hard day to day. I'd have so much stress. The ideal thing to happen is you know for things to happen after that usually you say that shed near like So did I. Ask. Today. Anyway. The ending though because I thought the ending definitely gave me goosebumps and I thought it was very romantic and sweep that that You run to the park. You're still doing you're weird run that nobody runs like that. But okay, I'll accept it. You're ahead of all haters why action like a cartoon care every action star has a specific run that's to see it. Thank you. You WanNa see crazy runs look at how Harrison Ford runs. Look at how the rock runs look cruise Tom Cruise runs every action star has a run me if I were to run like everybody else you know what? It would be not considered unique dislike. Every fucking leaning man has a fucking walk. What. Signature walk. My. Signature run and I'll beat your ass in a race. With certainly so we got I might be able to beat you in a race. Currently we go whenever you're ready whenever you're ready. I'm ready. I do. Anyway I thought it was very sweet. The songs beautiful and then they revealed jd running around with sparklers and I thought it was really it was romantic and it was very romantic. I love. The song can ask you questions. Yeah. One of which is directly related to the episode, but one of them is. tangentially related when Turkish at the bus stop eating the Chili Dog. He wasn't expecting for that waitress to show up right because she shows up and he's like Oh. What are you doing here? He just hangs out at a bus stop eating. Bus Stop Eating. I don't know while he doesn't have your. maleek obviously, I've obviously have me but why we never have established in the history of scrubs or again the Turk rides the bus. No. I that that's that's that's a that's one of those things that's just convenient to make it. So and you know, I, guess I needed to run into her. Picture. The writer's room like where is Turkey gonNA run into the diner waitress. Bus Stop Okay that's why Chile. Why does he have a Chili dog? Chili dog from I have no idea, right? Yeah. Jet Engine James Coney Island somewhere nearby. Yeah. The the other question that I have is you you mentioned the running turkeys running through the part to get to Carla and I. I wondered on this most recent watched like that happens and then there's an episode. Later on that, you guys will eventually get to where Turk. Having not a crisis of faith but there's very religious episode and he ends up running through the park to get to a person who needs help and he feels like it was introverted episode. That was. All people should I got. Is this is like a is this a metaphor for a thing or is this? Just. A coincidence that this happened? He's running halls Raanan. So weird that everyone was like. Keep sat him and. That's a that's. That's a really good question like what is. What is? Why is Turkey? Always running some place? No. I. Think it's not that deep I think it's it's dramatic at the end of the show to see someone I mean how many fucking romantic comedies and with someone running to get to the person means dramatic when Harry met Sally has a has a great one where it's New Year's Eve and he runs up to her tell her that he's I I I I imagine that's where they're trying to take you where they're trying to get it from there. So many movies where at the end of the movie when the Guy Realizes. That he needs to or the the woman realizes that they need to be together. Somebody has to run to the other ones arms you know what? I mean. I ask you about that I wondered that too. Hey. So we did it guys. We did it. We did. We did it Shea remind everybody. For those of you who missed the previous episode, we Shea Shame on you he he self published amazing book of essays on scrubs and not only is he incredible writer but he's Very knowledgeable scrubs and they're beautifully illustrated and We really highly recommend you get them because if you're a scrubs fan and I imagine you are if you're listening to this, you're really gonNA love this show remind everyone where to get it. You can get it out of websites sacred heart gang dot com. Take a right to gang sake you're also written a lots of other books and he's really cool. Guy. Tell everyone had to follow you on twitter. Is it at Shea Serano there it is. Just just spell it for people that can't spell S. H. E. A.. S. E. R. A. Anna. Fowler Shea he's a great if you're into twitter, which is the hell scape of of. Earth. But if you're into it and addicted to it, sh as is a great follow and and thank you guys. This was this was a really good show and I I miss you. Miss you. All I miss you too. 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How to Thirst with Bim Adewunmi and Nichole Perkins

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How to Thirst with Bim Adewunmi and Nichole Perkins

"Y'All mentioned someone who I from a very young age had thought was was hot and I am talking about the hot Fox in Disney's animated formative aggression right right many women of all sexualities just kind of like so. Listen hot hot robinhood. What was that about? Isn't it remarkable. walkable that they distilled pure sexual energy into a children's causing carson your Fox Lady And welcome to and lady like the show that finds out what happens when women break the rules and to fill up early sexual feelings. Thanks for Animated Fox. I'm caroline I'm kristen and Caroline. I'm just GONNA say it. I fucked that Fox too. I mean he's got a hot accent send he's also got the swagger to pull off not only a feathered cap but also belted tunic with no pattern it's Big Fox energy caroline. Yes it is yes. It is but Christian I did have crushes on humans to like. Don't worry and I have to say that my biggest teen obsession was Gavin. Avin Rosedale like that hair those tight g and also that hot accent yes and I wanted to make sweet sweet music with that Man Caroline I see your Gavin and raise you my first in definitely most intense Celebrity crush Prince William. Who May I read you? This excerpt I found from my twelve year old diary. You absolutely have to okay so Prince William is a real babe in the largest sense of the word he also very compassionate spirit which shines through and his is the people love him mm-hmm and I am beginning to the evil. Oh Man I can just picture you next to him. Although aren't you glad you're not now. Yeah Yeah K- K can have them right. We'll still like but that passion. I felt the same way for Gavin roster like. I just knew that if I could get rid of Gwen Stafani. Then Gavin would be mine online company Carolina because our guest today take Celeb- crushing very seriously in the best possible way. I mean I love having a crush. I think it gives me something to do. Besides my job and my hobbies that's producer and playwright them at a one me. She Co hosts a podcast first aid kit with a writer Nicole Perkins and while bins. Their style is more domesticated goddess. Nicole says her fantasies are lighter lighter on the floor play. I'm going to have the man who you know is building me a fire and then he turned me on his knees and I keep him there for the rest of the night. The Nicole and Bam have crafted thirst aid kit as a judgment free celebration of thirst and being openly horny. The yeah like Bam had some serious thoughts about manages in tow from the good place who was one of her biggest thirst objects of twenty nineteen. I WanNa know the angel that was put in charge of crafting his face because that angel went on a long break maybe a smoke break and came back and was like now. Watch me work because the whole configuration. uh-huh it just feels like an indulgence. Yeah it was like somebody was like aren't guys. I've been taking it a little bit easy going to show you what I'm capable of so today. We're talking Nicole about pop cultural thirst objects how we define honks and lusting out loud. Even in the METOO era How would you just define what thirst is? And how is is it distinct from lust or attraction or is it I is is more harmless fine. Almost it's always funny usually. There's some sort of comedic element in the expression of it and you know that it's not. It's when I say it's harmless. You know that you're not actually going to pursued that person or that group of people You know it's just kind of like here's a little steam. I need to release from the the kettle of my desire. I it guess yeah I like the I like Steve Analogy. It's kind of like exactly right like we have to. There has to be some kind of comedy to The thing that we always said especially at the beginning of the caused was that thirst is an expression its performance. It is very much a sort of A sort of like a jerk in a stand up set like it's kind of like here's something outrageous and ridiculous and so funny but also I at its core is a kernel of truth because you do in fact fancy the person but it's also funny and harmless like for so long women when allowed By various means cultural and otherwise sometimes internalized One really allowed to express desire. You know this idea of female sexuality being this deeply mysterious doc arts and it's like well actually I think you know it's it is what it is is a way to kind of performance. It's been Nicole launch thirst aid kit in two thousand seventeen to look at desire through Pop Culture Lens and they do an excellent job of explicitly explicitly pinpointing. What makes their subjects like Chris Evans Ryan Kugler and Michael Jordan? So worth our thirst yet. Thursday kit reminds me of of like Tiger beat meets the New Yorker because it's all the unabashed should crushing but from Super Smart Culture. Critics also side note Michael Jordan. WHO started it? Sounds sounds like you already got started but okay so we got a warm up first. We just heard what thirst means to them and Nicole but kristen. It's a term that's evolved right. Yes so coming into this episode. I have a negative connotation of thirst as in like thirsty desperation or like my post getting dumped instagram. Feed this just like all selfies of me. Having a great time well just like shown a little bit of cleave. I'd Hashtag universally relatable. Aw But as Nicole explains those thirst routes run deeper than we might realize. I've been like message boards and things like that since late. Ninety s early odds and thirst was a part of The vernacular on the message boards that I frequented but most of the time it was was portrayed negatively you know if you're thirsting after someone and that means you're a little you're showing a little too much need and I think over time it became okay to express that need As people began to relax their expectations and rules of what it means to be online And and what it means to you meet someone online and things like that. I think. Also it's important anyway for me to think about I. Also as like so many elements of popular culture As being kind of black and for me I think about certain kind of words in the common pop culture lexicon that are kind of just like swallowed up as pop culture and actually I think a lot of them is a lot of black culture that has spread out. I always seems to be to be a kind of off uniquely especially at the beginning Expression of some I suppose black The Black Mono with words and with language it's very much about the kinds of rhythms and cadences of black vernacular And it always felt to me like it was kind of like like you know in Nicole in case sort of ours And then it kind of filtered out to the rest of the world and I'm not mad at it but I just wanted to kind of notes it how do you you feel. Do you feel that you are carving out sort of a space in the conversation for black women I mean. I don't think that we are necessarily Claiming that we are pioneers in a field I would never presume to say. And I'm also wary of you know inadvertent Labels Put put on a black creative people as kind of signal bearers own You know whatever the term might be so. I think the the thing that we do say all the time is that we are two straight says. Black women were very aware of our `ISMs very aware of Our privileges is and the societal structures. That hold us back etcetera and we know all those things exists alongside still funding people And so we we. We are not necessarily kind of like. Oh we are definitely changing the conversation for black women but we are aware that we are black women and that the things that we say Take up space ace in a way that you know previously that was not something that was always accessible to many black women so we we are definitely aware of it and oftentimes that comes up when we are discussing I objects we know. Nicole has a wonderful way of saying you know she all her life. She resisted fancying blonde. Blue Because she as as a black girl also knew the way the BBC hierarchy worked and in many people's eyes the the fares of all is blond haired and blue eyed. And so it's kind of a personal resistance to this idea of hesitant to prescribe to its. We are thinking about. It is just another Lens For us to look at us through. But but it's not the only one mimics are right about the blonde haired blue eyed hunk standard like as you and I learned Carolina in an excellent book by Carol. Die House else called heartthrobs a history of women and desire and early Hollywood. The only deviations from that were racist tropes of Latin lovers there's an Arab shakes usually played by white actors and sometimes in Brown face as well as Asian actors cast as handsome but evil villains and not to mention the leading ladies and female audiences. Hollywood had in mind were exclusively white and exclusively interested in men. We we are for says straight identified women having this conversation and I did want to ask whether you see a sort of fluidity the first because it doesn't feel like thirst as dictated necessarily by sexual orientation no. It's it's common to literally early. Everybody of every sexuality I think one of the things I really hate is when you mentioned fancying someone and someone replies and they go well shame he's gay and I'm like what's go to the price of fish like I just fancy someone I don't it doesn't matter. I'm not looking to pursue a relationship with them right now. I just like looking at them and thinking about them and I just I. That's that for me is pleasurable. I don't need to know whether or not they would sleep with me or they would fancy me. It's reading about them in a way so much of it is me waiting through my own thoughts and feelings about desire and this person's the perfect cumbersome which to kind of paint that that that's what makes these celeb- crushes usually so fun and harmless is because we know that nothing's GonNa come from them and and that's part of why thirsty so fun because you can just get get out there and go on about your business what makes crushes in real life. So awful. Is that there could possibly be a reaction into like what happens when you're crush actually likes you back and then you have to figure out Dan's in how to move forward and that's where all the pressure comes from a was they don't find you you. Yeah then you'll crushed yes yes. No thirst is You know hopefully a safe way of you know emitting that you like someone we tell our audience over and over we are not here to be prescriptive. We're not telling you who too left after we're not telling you exactly how to lest after we're just kind of giving you the tools we're showing you an example and then you can take that example. You can take these tools and build your own thirst house to your home. You know specifications chance and you don't need us to approve your thirst object. We get so many people who are like. What do you think about this person? It's like it doesn't matter what we think you know how we talk about the people that we like. So you talk about the person you like in that same way or whatever works for you. So one of the signature tools thirsted. Kit gives listeners to build their own. Thursday houses are dribbles or super short erotic fantastic. Yeah each episode starts with addressable that either them or Nicole writes with the most explicit. Listen bits bleeped out for a taste. Here's been on. Dan Levy from Shits Creek. I told you it wouldn't fit. Dan said as as his he held in his left hand. Here hold this. He said putting it in my hand dropping to his knees he began for the I could tell when he found it. There it is. He said with satisfaction them. I never thought about Dan. Levy in that light and if your Shits Creek Fan and are thinking David here's a basic ground rules for their state kit just because you might not care to travel someone does it mean there's anything wrong with folks who do or as Nicole and been put it don't Yuk-mai yum. I push back on a lot of the stuff that I was fed as a child that what beauty meant and I don't want anyone announced kind of have to go through that and like a lot of people adults are still grappling with who they feel they should be attracted to who they really are attracted to and things like that so we just don't want to put pressure on anybody to you know. Change their idea of beauty or change their idea of attraction. And just it's okay to like who you like. As long as they're good people and they're not you you know murdering somebody or in general we don't focus only on very specific ideas of beauty. We don't just look at the face or the body we you you look at the body in in disparate way in you know from a different angle so the idea of like beauty is built up Muslim guy and you know we'll we'll say actually you know what we really skinny dude today and we'll focus on different parts like eyebrows and elbows had For you yeah. No forums forearm potent. 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We've come to know Chris Evans as a as a human person so it feels very difficult to say this. But I'm sorry babe it's going to have to be fucker seven. I will have to marry Mark Ruffalo because he just looks like a good father and sadly through no fault of my own merely the rules of the game. We'll have to kill Hemsworth. I have the exact same same thing and we didn't even look. We were scratching notes on a little notepad here. We have the exact same thing. Well and understandable expandable of killing Chris Hemsworth. Because you got the other brothers you know. That's the other copies out in the world there's a DNA much also also in case. y'All didn't catch that them. Nicole have come to know Chris Evans. Irl as a human person when you realize that you will holds. Let's Chris Oh man Goodness I mean I I still feel like I'm I'm just trying China. pull a fast one over on people. Hey listen what I looked like I bring in the morning. It's rough. Yeah I mean I. I literally haven't seen that but I find that very difficult to believe true. Fact Caroline iphone Chris Evans at least twenty five percent more attractive after hearing him on Thursday to get also true. Is that old captain. America is but a footnote in the history of Mega honks. Yeah as long as mass media the and popular culture have existed so have thirsty objects yet. Let's rewind all the way back to the early nineteenth century all so. There's an English poet named George Gordon Byron Aka Lord Byron and. He drove ladies love sick with his sonnets seriously. The isley on it. Yes yes yes so. Many women were hot for the Lord's verse dubbed Byron Mania. The Kristen Byron Mania Seems Pretty Low compared to list. Oh Mania and I am not talking about getting organized and making to do lists so in the early eighteen forty S. There was this Hungarian composer and pianist named from list. He had this kind of like long shaggy hair. You can just imagine him at the piano. Because he played from memory which was like both tacky and super ballsy like such a rockstar move and he was pounding on those keys just shaking aching. That sweaty shaggy hair is getting more and more into the music and he kind of a Proto Gavin Rosedale but it concerts horny women and would literally attack list to grab pieces of his clothes. Get a broken piano string sweaty hair. I even read that women would take his discarded Cigar Butts and put them in their cleavage. okay well. The end of the century nervous observers servers. You know men were diagnosed saying all of these hot and bothered women with so-called idle litis basically pathologising female lust per usage so given the historical side eye toward female lust and idolizes. We wanted to know from women Nicole. What role gender plays today and whether women's thirst is express and perceived differently from men's you know some of the languages the same obviously like thirst trap? which is it's usually a photo that you'll post online on instagram or twitter? Because you want some attention and it's a picture that shows you in a very flattering way whether you are naked or half naked or in a very form fitting outfit and then you cabinet something like You know thinking about all the lives out there. I don't know just something. That's my favorite one is something like God doesn't give you more than you can handle and likes his but you boy. The arch is really deep for this conversation. I five of your head is touching anyway blessings to everyone likes says. No you've put that you put the camera at an angle that catches is glistening bid in a very specific oil like you know what you're doing yeah and I think women are still using A bit of humor in that thirsting to soften the thirst is to soften the desire so that no one again thinks that they're to sexual right And but men are just very much like also like the fart out of your ass. It seems to me that exact couch eats the put that on twitter. Terrible inside your brain right so you put it out there. You have something like that like let me to your tampon out. How this woman who is like you know Boko can blow my back out? You know that kind of thing which is very funny as a Pun. And you know it's cute and it's very relatable more sophisticated. It's just a little bit better and I think the reason why women are so much more sophisticated with is like Nicole all said because you have to society to eat to soften it. You can't be to forge to sexual too much so it makes sense to kind of offer as you. You know with the spoonful of Sugar Aka humor but yeah I mean I have seen some women type some truly disgusting things kind of like you know like if I could I throw roses at your feet. We were just like beautiful but for the most part I think women are just a little bit more sophisticated about the stuff they they. They are so much more thoughtful. And I'm always grateful whenever somebody coins. A very specifically thirsty phrase. I'm just Kinda like hats off like did that says like good the job. I'm curious if there are. I don't know any particular listener responses that have really surprise as you all are stuck with you all whether that is sort of the search for for approval for their own personal thirst objects or reactions to people that y'all have talked talked about Yes so I think the thing that surprised me the most was the Home I get the emails that we get from Sexual assault survivors. Who Tell us that? The podcast helps them figure figure out figure their way back to desiring men And in a safe way in a comfortable way in a way that they don't feel guilty about or the away they don't feel oh pressure about and that was very surprising And it always moves us when we get those emails and we You know we get a lot of emails and sometimes we can't respond to every last wine but we always respond to those to let those people know that we hear them and we appreciate them. So that's always really beautiful to get those kinds of messages. I'm also very surprised price when we get messages from people who are asexual because you know they don't Express desire they don't feel sexual attraction in the way that I I do are expressing on the show but when they email us our. Send US messages on Tumbler twitter and they tell us that you know it helps them figure out the different languages that they can use for whatever feelings they do have Are the way that they can enjoy. The Phantom part of what we do first aid kit launched right around around when the Harvey Weinstein story broke and the me too Hashtag I started to overtake twitter and one thing we definitely wanted to talk to Nicole and Bam about is how lusting After straight men in the era can feel kind of On arousing I saw someone onto with something like I can't believe any of us will capping keeping for any straight white men and I was. I'm fair enough fair. I think in terms of how I approach Stuff and I guess this is kind of like how a Lotta women that I know is to kind of open up. Any kind of thirsts. Conversation or participation with caveats like I don't know if he's done something bonds and so it's changed even the structure of these discussions because you sometimes people will sometimes just say like. Oh has he go. Anything is anything pending is a someone report. Something as an opening gambit like you say a dude's name and everybody's GonNa hang on let me go. Let me do my Google's real quick let me just make sure aw so it has colored. It's like an. It's like a kind of a blankets of just like extra due diligence. That you have to do now before you can actively actively it's one thing to kind of like passively observe you know a man handsomely doing something whatever but once you take the step to make it an active sorta thing which is what we do on Thursday take it where we pick a name and we select someone and we talk about their work and who they are and how they come across et Cetera. Then there is an extra level of responsibility to make. I'm sure that you are not inadvertently highlighting someone who has been abusive and that takes many forms of sexual assault for every story. There are you you know a trail of usually women who have suffered so beyond even our canaletto that would break. My heart is the facts that Oh my God. He's done that then. There is a trail of women usually women in in his wake. And we don't want to be apart of you know raising someone's name putting their name in lights when they may have Done terrible things so I guess in many ways the podcast is an act of faith and when we talk about These thirst objects we. I always stress that We don't talk about their personal lives unless it's something factual like he's married. He has children something like that. That his his teamer Aymara has already said out of his mouth things like that. We we try to stay away from rumors But when it comes to my own the way I look at my own Celeb- Crushes Che's in this era of me to it is hard. You do have this filter now where you're trying to figure out you know. Is he awful or not and I think the podcast passed without being propaganda for men. I think the pie cast gives its listeners Just a break from hearing all the bad stuff that men and women are doing Right now whether it's on you know in politics are just you know it's still entertainment or whatever it's just like you know they wanna for about forty five minutes they just WANNA listen to somebody be happy about someone else. And that's I think that's part of why our listeners keep coming back they just like hearing people talk about something with enthusiasm. That is A bit contagious kind. Kind of piggybacking off of what Nicole said we do these events here in New York thirsty movie nights where we kind of Take over a cinema awesome wear and we play a film and people buy tickets and eat popcorn and have a lovely time and it's kind of noisy and Rocas and just like people are encouraged to thirst out loud People tend to And there was one that we did Law September which came on the day of the The Christine Blazey Zi food and break cavanaugh. Hearing so people feeling a little bit Tender that was a lot of delicate feelings that day and on that same day we we had a screening and it was dirty dancing. I'm scared of everything I'm scared of what I saw. I was scared of what I did of WHO I am. And so most of all. I'm scared of walking out of this room and never feeling the rest of my whole life with you and we filled that cinema of all people were in tears. And you know I love that dancing. It's not really a movie to movie to tears but I think there was something about seeing baby take control of a sexuality quality with someone like Patrick swayze. Rip Sixty goes so it was just like joyous Johnny Johnny Castle. You're still dancing the cha-cha in the Miran Gay in my dreams Caroline. I've gotTa Watch dirty dancing sometime. But after after the break Nicole and breakout their crystal balls and forecast the future of Thursday to stick around. Don't put baby in a corner. The most unladylike thing about me is that I like porn. That just gets right to it. I don't need the setup I don't need the You know the kissing and all of that you know China Anna ease into it. I just want the pizza delivery guy to come in and to it. Just don't talk just just get to what your therefore therefore and so. I can see what I need to see and handle my business and then we can all go about our lovely day. We're back with our horny. oranje guests Nicole and Bam now hunk anthropologists. They've noticed health. Thursday objects are starting to come in more shapes and sizes washboard ABS. Hobbs and square jaw lines not required. Yeah and on the flip side. We're finally learning not to. Yuck our own Yom's yeah I think more people are giving themselves else permission not to like Very much slowly must Gillerman are. They're giving themselves permission to like. The DAD bides They're giving themselves permission to like my favorite the skating. I that is not you know filled with muscles all over the place They're giving themselves permission to like men with big ignoring our men with strong features. Shall we say and that it's okay to move past the the the teen crushes right. Yeah the pretty boys the ones that are you know a little have been kind of feminizing in a way to make them safe for girls. You know I'm thinking about like boy bands and things like that. Those crushes that are get put on seventeen magazines and things like that. I think people people are realizing it's okay to like somebody who's got an interesting faith in his not just stunning you know And I think people are learning to. They're learning to say what they like what they dislike and I feel like too so you know I I watched fleabag season two more than once and something that I thought that was interesting about the conversation on the hot priests in particular. was you know my my twitter. Timeline was losing. Its mind over him. As was I but I saw one person argue. I don't know what y'all are talking about like. He's not even that hot. He's not even that cute and it melted my brain for a second because of a lot of things. Sit that y'all talk about an emphasize in your conversations which is that. It's more than just his face. It's that lake. Melting chemistry mystery between them and is like seeing her being like the way that she looks off camera. And what does that mean. Sober see is is a lot less complicated and romantic relationships. What if you meet somebody like talk? Drink laugh awesome. Give them bibles on. How famously what does he mean someone? You love sex sex I do you feel like do you feel like some of those objects are getting more attention respect like acknowledgement. Yes yeah absolutely In the and people are learning that being hot is more than just the physical. It is about listening. It's about paying attention. It's about those little the small things like you know remembering someone's favorite candy bar or something like that. Those are all the things that can may make a person hot or not and you know I I know I have said to that. We can't just say somebody is hot just because he's tall. You know that kind of thing and we sometimes joke that you know. Is it hot or is he just white like we have to think about things like that So for a lot of people. It's hard for them to let go. That beautiful has to be only physical. You know but beautiful is so much more than that and I think hot press was a perfect example of that desire is made up of so many different components of which You know physical beauty aesthetics are only a very small part it turns out and I think what breeze had a very specific energy to him like you know he comes on screen. You see him that moment women when they're in like outside the restaurant having a cigarette and he kind of you know jokingly swears at Harish turns back like she looks over her shoulder and he kind of grins at her and she grins back that moment of recognition just kind of set the tone for the rest of their relationship and it just kind of. It's it lights something in you as a viewer because you like Oh my God wait. Wait is like a meeting of equals they. Is something happening here and you know. It's it's the kind of thing that I think. A Lotta those also very quietly without ever ever really admitting out loud kind of crave we want someone to see us as we are and to not flinch from it to kind of be like. Oh no I like you. You're a widow and that's okay like I like this. Very specific brand of WID Kristen drew this makes me Melt Lake. Lake thirst is so layered and it can involve hot priests soulmates totally and Carolina. Is that the fleabag example points to a positive Side effect to women's rage over the two thousand sixteen election and the metoo movement and just generally having enough of Shitty men like in the process of identifying the sexualize attention. We don't want maybe we're reclaiming some autonomy over what or who does give us the hot priestly attention. We we crave I do think women are Feeling a bit more empowered to express their desire in whatever way they feel it and I think that's great. That's something that I have worked toward all my life whether I knew it would. I've always been fascinated with sex and the way people express express Desire Reading Romance novels and watching low Rom coms and things like that. So I've always been fascinated by this whole all this this particular aspect of humanity and I've always talked about sex in a way that made a lot of people uncomfortable around me. I'm from the south. I'm a black woman I'm Christian and those are not things that we're supposed to be talking about because I was told more than once that if I talked about sex six than men would wanna have sex with me and that's a bad thing And that means I am loose are fast or you know whatever And that's not true. I just I just want people to feel good and I want people to be okay with expressing how they want to be made to feel good. You know So I do think that women women are out there. They're becoming much more comfortable in expressing their desire and in saying no to the things that they don't like and they have been told that they had to suffer through and deal with all women Ecole You know we talked a lot about celebrity crushing thirsting but we were wondering if y'all all had any tips for listeners on managing like our like Irl real world crushing which can sometimes feel unmanageable like deal Avni words of wisdom or advice. I'm not someone who generally shoots Hersholt But I'm coming around after almost forty years. Just just say it. If you find someone you might find see you back where you hope they might just say it and if it's a yes great if it's a no you get to move on like the limbo limbo is often the worst part so if you're struggling with a crushing you're thinking. Oh my God just say I saw because I've done it a couple of times where I've admitted a crushing person. Who's like Oh my God? I'm so fly nice things and you think well it's time for this and then it turns out no it turns out you just keep on living and it's fine fine and you get over eventually embarrassing it hurts. You might have a little cry and then you just have lunch and then just go about your day for. I would say my tip for myself as well as this other people is to go forth and to say what you want like. It's not enough to just say it inside your head. I mean it might be but also if you can say it out loud if if it if it causes you know Homo Maupain to say it out loud. Just say because imagine. If it's a yes I am a terrible flirt and so I will just own that to to you know somebody that I'm talking to and I'll say look I'm really bad at this. I'm just going to tell you directly you know. Come over or whatever you know that kind of things I think just learning how to to accept are weaker areas are areas of improvement To use some resumes speak in job. Interview Speak Just embraced race. Those and then figure out a way to work with them because some people may find that really charming. Oh that's so sweet that you don't know how to flirt but I appreciate your being very direct with me and sure I will come over over and tap that just the way you like that kind of thing. You never know where honesty and just being forthright. We'll get you. Directness is sexy. I say it is. It is and it doesn't have to be crude. I think a lot of people don't understand that being direct does not necessarily mean being vulgar and Italy. Yeah so so. There's a lot of room for vulgar to choose your fighter. Yeah I'M GONNA go Watch Robin Hood and take your time. Okay I'm Chris and I'm just going to say yes at thirty six. I don't think I will ever fully fully recover from the Disney ox nor do you need to know but listeners. Now WanNa hear from you where our fellow animated the animated folks who are you thirsting over and his thirsting out loud gotten harder or easier for you. Tell us your thoughts. You can email Ella's at hello at unladylike dot co could us up on social at unladylike media or join our private facebook group and find the thread for this episode head on over to our our site unladylike. Dutko to find this episode sources and the transcript plus. y'All if you'd like to get more unladylike in your ears we now l.. Have a Patriot on where you can support us and get brand. 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BONUS REEL: Lorene Scafaria

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BONUS REEL: Lorene Scafaria

"Hello everybody and welcome to unspoiled. Bonus real this is one of our mini episodes where we are interviewing a filmmaker and actor talent brain that we we really admire to ask them. What three films they think should be added to the next round of the American Film Institute? Top One hundred list. Our guest for this episode is a director. Sure I really really adore her. Name is Lawrence Kataria. She directed the films. Naked Noise Infinite playlist. She did seeking a friend for the end of the world and she did this ears hustlers a movie see that I have seen several times. It is just a whole bunch of wow laureen who've gone to unspoiled. We are so honored to have you here to talking talking about the AF. I list as a person who I think has been making really phenomenal films for several years. You've been making great writing great things. I think he was such an interesting perspective. And I want to what your perspective is on this list. What we need to add to it? My Gosh. I didn't realize that they had an updated. It in this long and been veers credible movies is in the in the tens really grateful so I probably went further back than than recent history. There's so many the incredible movies in the last nine years though high probably put more nostalgic names on here. Then I'm saying there will be the master you know You know there's so many great recent films moonlight all. These movies probably deserve to be on there. I'm knocking to talk. Even though they deserve deserve to be on. You might take the master because I know you're a fan of that. I'm a huge fan of the master and Phantom Threat. I watched that now every time. It's on ATV. I mean he's obviously the greatest so I can't I can't help it the master I could talk about. I'm still not going to. I'm still going to go further back into into my childhood maybe a little more. That's fair 'cause Avila Garcia bit of the master even hustlers. Yeah I mean the dynamic between that mentor mentality. See that friendship that's That love story between two people that you know when the relationship is kind of stronger than you have with like your parents parents are your children or your partner that I was really interested in that. Yeah that power struggle that dynamic between two people. Let's talk about but like let's give me your number one pick what needs to be added to the top one hundred. I'm GONNA say the Princess Bride your personal after my own heart. I love this movie. I think it's perfect. Perfect Rob Reiner. Who is I think made? I think he's himself has made three of the top five of all time I do. He's the underappreciated underappreciated for for his affect on on cinema what would you runners up from him. Oh I mean when Harry met Sally and this is spinal tap princess. Bride is William Goldman. I mean it's perfect script the cast. It's so unexpected. It's so delightful. It's it's perfect seen after perfect seen so many iconic moments in it I think it fails the Bechtel test. which is a bummer? But it is it is is in spite of that I think it's still a perfect movie. I agree I think it hits so many genres it. Perfectly it crosses fantasy at crosses buses romance. It crosses comedy it isn't everything movie it's adventure it's all of it it's a it's like a true adventure story and it's so oh funny Wallace Shawn. It's so funny. He's so naturally funny. But it's such a perfect role for him and Andre the giants I mean. I was a kid grew up on wrestling so absolutely if it wasn't George the Animal Steele all I am also in love with the Andre Giant so um but Mandy Patinkin I mean ridiculous. Those three people those three characters Yeah every every speech the fight that the two of them have the sword fight. I mean it's like it's incredible and and carry out this under appreciated in that to Robin writes kind of our first time really seeing her. It's just extraordinary. Exactly like we have kind of this. Carrie always is ripping off the character that Kevin Kline or they're all ripping off the same basic. Douglas Fairbanks Linian model. Also we don't have like Robin Nine hundred anything on the list that moustachioed handsome hunk. Yeah and he was A mysterious at that moment because you didn't know who he was. He was the dread pirate Roberts. She didn't know exactly who it was. I remember when I was a kid. Liberal hidden it was him. I shamed myself for that 'cause I genuinely was like it was it was Wesley But yeah in the framing of it to the storytelling of okay. This grandfather telling his grandson the story of it and and this kid who was like afraid. It's a kissing book and he doesn't want to hear about that but he does and the moments that we snap up in an out of it. It's it's really. It's incredible it's beautiful. I've always quietly thought that if we're going to take one film from all live cinema idiot. 'cause citizen Kane is of course at the top of the list Area of the files great monumental tons of effect on the pop culture tons of effect on cinema itself on style and technique but as a totally different question. If you'RE GONNA take one film and just use it to show an alien what what was cinema like wended. Why did cinema do I think the princess bride is perfect? Pick yeah I think especially I mean if you're GONNA look at screenwriting too I mean you know Again Rob Reiner did brought it to life and all these actors but William Goldman has done for writing is extraordinary and he really is the voice of it and I think that's what you know as you look at all all the great movies that have been made I feel like the writing is really what stands out and often an unsung hero of of films. uh-huh because because it's easy to look at the visuals and look at the stars and everything. But I I feel like what William Goldman did. There was like teach US writing with a in his script. He really did. I mean he's certainly actually taught us writing with his other books but but he really did teach writing. What do you feel like you learn from it because you started as a writer I did It perfectly juggles a lot of different characters. You know it still has that like hero's journey quality to too but so many of them have their own journeys So it it. It plotted that really well. It showed this like You have like you know good and evil. But they're they're a complex you know they're not even the evil is is its own form of evil and Many think he he just brought so much humor to everything so much heart to everything and the relationships the sort of interpersonal dynamics between people it was really what I think he when he shines on. But yeah that the framing device the grandfather all of that was It's so smart such a well. Well told story. It's also like it's scenes you know and I think that's that's what he did. So brilliantly was create these scenes these conic moments and of course what Rob Reiner did with them is extraordinarily but you know the dual facing off with cups of You know I oh kane powder who is like that was next level. I mean it really is so extraordinary. How seeing characters react you know but but really the scenes in these sort of cameo moments and you know Billy Crystal's You know Cameo moment it's it's such a brilliant little tiny stop on the way you know on the road movie so I mean as a person who I can't help but keep writing road movies in a in a way. Even you know hustlers. Is there in cars for much of it. And depending on. WHO's behind the wheel? There's a a has a lot to do with it but How nice the cars? How nice the car is exactly? But yeah I as someone who has written a couple of you've road movies and you know Nick and Nora's was trying to be The worst kind of road movie in Manhattan the last place. You should be doing a road movie. Three seeking a friend very directly was The meddler even was in in a way. No Them mom cruising around Los Angeles and But Yeah I the Princess Bride as as that adventurous. You know they're they're on foot their boats and everything but in a way it's a it's a journey in a in a road movie movie and And so them going from A to B and all the stops along the way and all the characters that they meet along the ways fast. I think you're exactly right and I think it's really perfect. Example of taking something that is sort of seen as a formula you know the hero's journey and figuring out how to make it yours you know because we're in such a period like taking ideas we know and people even just like subscribing to much to attempt lately. Save the cat or something and figuring out how to take something being known and still make it personal yeah it. Just they'll remake this and they are going to remake. I don't so I think they just announced it the other day which is no no. This one is hard for me. I mean you know I get it but this one feels very I don't know singular and And it's that tone the tone of it it is what's so perfect and it. It feels like if people are trying to do that for a twenty nineteen audience that somehow that tone is going to get skewed. I'm not sure capture the purity of it. Now you're wink. Let's take a break to talk about about a show that I think you guys might already be talking about a lot of it can you get enough of. HBO's watchman because if you want to go deeper inside the show that could have called your new TV obsession session you now. Have the official watchmen podcast. Which is hosted by watchmen executive producer and writer Damon? Lindelof and Craig Mazin the Creator of Journal this podcast cast from these insiders. WHO UNDERSTAND HOW TV WORKS IS GONNA explore the narrative choices? It's going to uncover the Easter eggs. 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As they're going is available on all major podcast platforms. That is a solid solid solid. I pick I mean I hope they hear you because it's shocks me that this is not on the list it's shocking it is shocking. You're ready for your number two. I think so I I think so I this has to be because they haven't updated it because the social network would I think undoubtedly be on the list. I can't imagine imagine. That doesn't crack the top one hundred. I mean why because of its news relevance today it's a perfect movie it's Yes it's it's it's the movie movie of today it just is I mean it certainly is resonating right now. with what facebook is uh-huh known for at this moment but it's so much more about the Internet and its effect on US socially and so two to turn turn Mark Zuckerberg into a character which he is of course but To create this person who this opening break-up scenes it's like five or six minute break up scene in which the skies just called an asshole and dumped and that being the impetus of WHO's who sort of in this kind of revenge you know this creation of face Mashan. It's so incredible. Such incredible writing. I mean obviously Aaron Sorkin. Obviously what David Fincher incher did and they score Unbelievable score unbelievable the sound of it as as much the storytelling as as the writing itself. Not so fun to hear Erin shortly classics Organ Dialogue delivered just through incredibly intelligent College students I thought that was such the. That's already a twist on on all the other. You know sorkin movies and shows I feel like that automatically was is Refreshing and and Y that opening break-up seen as so Interesting and you just see this person who he doesn't have what it takes. Is the ill equipped for these social interactions to sit across from his girlfriend and to to talk about these parties. That the you know These these clubs ebbs and to want to be a member of these clubs and the exclusivity of it to sort of see that to to turn it into something to get the psychology of these people who the people with this impersonality template or sort of conquering little pockets of the world. Yeah we have like twelve guys in Silicon Valley eighty to thank for every thing happening to young girls and boys and thank might not be the word idea. Yes thank might not be blamed aim but but the idea that they've determined so much of how we interact with each other. Twitter is a place where we all Give our thoughts and short-form bursts and and Everyone can read them. And it's so strange. I mean if there was a there was a wall you know in a town square. I don't know how many people would even choose to write on it. I I really don't but you you put it in this place and now it's there forever and it's kind of incredible so facebook being this place that you know for me. I remember joining because I was like. Oh I want to see what the people so I went to high school with are up to. That was incredibly alluring. That was Moved three thousand miles away from them. I didn't go to a reunion You know like very curious and so that was my reasons for it and I I quit recently. I think my pages are still active. I think they're your active forever Even though you know I'm not technically on it anymore. How was it to quit because I want to? But it's it's the high school friends that I'm terrified advises. Never find them again. I'm just choosing instagram instead. Because somehow that feels like less obtrusive to my life and I took twitter quitter off of my phone. I quit facebook. I like this I I like pictures more than words in a way as far as like. Oh I'll take this um photo album. You know this slick kind of online digital photo album mine Pictures of dogs creative person. There are so oh mini opinions on twitter about film. And what films should be that. I can imagine trying to be a creative person trying to write a script. Hearing so many people's thoughts can be paralyzing housing. Yeah and you certainly can't write that way. or at least I think some movies are really trying to write that way taking the algorithms and turning owning them into dialogue and taking catchphrases and just applying them to everyone. It's a little hard because you know. Yeah we all talk the same and we all have this. We're all having collective experience. We're all reacting to everything collectively. That's so strange and it's not just you know. Did you. See Game of thrones last night which is already a form of pressure you know and with spoilers out there but it it's it's it's beyond that it's our own it's our. It's our own relationships ourselves. It's our relationships with their identities. It's our it's like the yearbook staff has taken over. And if you don't live your life out loud if you're not an extroverted in person if you're not if you if you're private at all obviously but it's it's impossible. It's impossible to navigate. I'm so grateful. I wasn't raised raised in this age. I find it impossible. I don't know how they do it and yet you know there's some obviously there's positive there's a positive effect it's just it. It feels like the experiment failed. It does feel like that and it feels like for a little while. They're resist hope that the experiment was succeeding because it felt like. Oh Oh look. This is a place where there's unification there's a place where people who felt alone no longer feel alone and I don't mean just interacting with each other. I mean I'm like this this and I don't know anyone like this. That was the hope of it anyway. was that it would be like you know. You don't need to travel around the world to understand each other you can look online and see how this person lives their lives in. Isn't that incredible. And I don't know I don't know if you I know the information superhighway has it was known. I don't know if information should travel on a superhighway not sure I'm not sure about that. Like the social network is the one film that I actually really want a sequel to You know because it's a period piece when it was made in a way just by a couple full years and in the time since it came out the world has changed again around that film. White Mark Zuckerberg represents I think eighth grade was the sequel to social network I know him made the movie but I I do think that I think that I don't really care what those guys are up to anymore. I don't I don't care what's October up to. You know I care more about the impact on us all and so I think that was its own that was the sequel to it. But I I know what you mean I mean it is it. Is it's damning. It's you know it's remarkable what took place I think it was also I mean to get back to the movie itself. Obviously I I mean it. It's kind of just peak venture peak sorkin Peak Eisenberg. We Garfield you know we. We got to see Rooney Bruni Mara. I've I've felt like that was my introduction to hurry to and it's my favorite Rooney Mara to be honest. I mean she's great always but I see that female character character even doesn't often give them the same. I mean you know. In a shows he does obviously but for some reason films. I feel like that was a very strong female Character for him to write and Enda perfect vessel for Sorkin also through that character. I mean I took from this movie I I did. Because I I found the the two depositions to be such an incredible framing device for the telling of the story to to go from that breakup seen to this this long walk across campus back to his dorm. And that's where we hear that unbelievable score just like the tension of VAT underneath you know is like it's so it's so minimal and it's such a perfect theme and it sounds like the future but it's the timeless you know there's something about it. That was so incredible but his long walk back and doing and then bringing it back to the room. Where then we're hearing hiring voice over but it's what he's writing you know? And so and then his friends start showing up at shows up and and you know he's creating this thing net that then goes viral. I mean it really is an unbelievably were structured script. It's really remarkable and So that that for me is there's there's so much to say and then for it to end with him hitting refresh you know over and over. I know incredible thing in that time since then. Learning how. They've programmed us to hit refresh. Yeah programmed us to keep scrolling like them talking about instill Silicon Valley training our brains to need the time constant refreshing the way that he does see him and I don't even think when the movie came out I was so aware of of the design of APPs to make us addicted in that way. Yeah sort of like. Oh it's sad for him. He's refreshing look at him. Go into really. I've been afraid I think to watch this movie sense. It came out. I haven't and you're making you really really want to. Oh Yeah I don't know it's it's it's just a historical work at this point. We have all these movies for example about like the Vietnam War and yeah and a lot of that argument is like well. We need the movie to commemorate the fact that the movie that the experience even happened to which I feel like this is our one of our generations wars. Yeah it is. I mean it's It arguably is the biggest impact I mean. I felt like you know I'm old. I'm like forty one. I felt like we didn't have anything anything till nine eleven. It did feel like there was almost nothing you know and then nine eleven and the Internet and you know those two new moments Impacted everything I think that we're experiencing now and it's scary. The idea of making nine eleven movie. It's scary. I thought again eighth grade was was incredibly brave to to try to tell the story of a thirteen year. Old Girl trying to navigate this this world right now and But it it felt like there was a giant hinge you know. And then a more insidious hinge. She knows something else. That happened happened that that happened without us really knowing it and and now we're just on APPs talking about the APPS. Now we're just on twitter tweeting about tweets. The snake eats its tail. No matter was so it's I don't know how we come back from this. I really actually don't think the experiment failed and I'm genuinely not sure how we come back from this because I remember with everything going on in the past two years in our country and you know and I I should say there are some incredibly positive effects like I said people realizing that they're not alone but also the unification of certain communities and the strength in certain communities. Oh my gosh I mean at this point I feel like the. It's it's these like police videos and things like that that are that's the benefit of it at at this point is sort of everyone collectively getting to point their fingers at something and say you know that's wrong that's an injustice so there's an there's some of that happening and but even that I don't know it's so noisy by now and I just remember when talking to you know older generations and then saying like we've lived through times like this we've lived through the sixties. We know what this is and you know Nothing but respect act to them but they haven't they haven't lived through this. I haven't I mean I'm I'm that generation that kind of straddles this time period. Great so like I feel like if you were born you know between like I don't know seventy eight eighty three or something like that you were not raised with it. But it's such a part of your life and and now you know and that it's a very weird age to continue to grow with this. Is this phone. I wasn't touched to this. Four years ago my seventy one year old mother is on her phone on. My last movie was about my mom being you know having her relationship with our iphone at literally opened with my mother getting an iphone and calling me on it all the time but also the relationship relationship that she had with it. It was In ways it's like a cure for loneliness but it's also this like it's a new discovery for her so we have so many different generations nations reacting responding. And you know my mom wondering how to take a Selfie it. I'm like Oh my goodness it's a lot. It's a lot to unpack unpack at any age. So I I don't know how we come back from that. I mean I've always thought that that generation you're describing right now that kind of middle one maybe even like pushing up the very early XS That their power in getting to see the world before and after and really understanding it is what makes them I think maybe the ultimate storytellers to explain what happened to us right. You know like I'm Gen-x I'll take it. I'm Jenex I guess. Yeah I I mean I think just because we remember when you know but we don't. It wasn't like we were so far away from it that we weren't a part of it when I was a freshman Ashman College So I was like a year younger than people. But but technically a freshman in college I remember member going like I do this thing called email with my friend Cara and my friend Cara and I use email. It was the way that we kept in touch with each each other. Like that's crazy that's crazy. I don't feel ancient you know. But that's that's wild. And so that's why even Hustler's could be this recent period piece because you know this list was reopened. Two thousand seven that that was. That's when we start our stories two thousand and seven. It's a different time on earth you know. And that's true like we were just talking recently. We're doing American graffiti film. Made in the seventies about the sixties sixty and it makes the sixties feel like a lifetime ago and right so many ways hustlers is that same decade gap but it also feels like a lifetime ago I love American can graffiti that influenced nick and Nora so much. Okay well. These are solid picks to for to what he got. I number three I. Here's the truth. I WanNa talk about thirty dancing. I really do but I'm going to talk about the birdcage. Because the arcade I think is another perfect film. I also think dirty dancing thing is a perfect film but this is hard. This is hard you guys. I'm curious to hear these arguments for why both of them were perfect films. I mean maybe as you talk it out you will decide which when we get there okay. Okay well listen dirty. Dancing dirty. Dancing is is a is a perfect film. It's scene after scene a iconic moments. I think that's what is why dirty dancing housing has has a place a special place in my heart. Because I didn't just see it sixty five times when I was a kid but I re watched it recently when my boyfriend away from wasn't home and I was just like screaming out loud like I was a child again and Mike Crush on. Patrick swayze has never gone away My crush on Johnny Castle will never go away. The director of the film Emil Arlene No. He made dirty dancing and then sister act and then he died of AIDS A year later. So 'cause I was so I remember when I looked looked up dirty dancing recently because I was like who made this. Why how has he not made anything since I I saw that and I thought how tragic because it's it's really an unbelievably believably well directed movie but Yeah it's just iconic scene after iconic seen it it's it's remarkable but it. It brings the birdcage which is probably the reason that is probably the the number three Mike Nichols I mean one of the greatest directors of all time time. Elaine may wrote the script based on the Kasha falls it's it's just a it's like a play. It's like a perfect play that he turned it into a piece of cinema. But which you would understand because you play writing specifically started writing. Yeah I I started writing plays I mean it was writing screenplays. I put that in quotes wrote screenplays in like fourth and fifth grade so I was always interested in movies but I really found it through theater and even finding that it was like really elite via David Mamat Being obsessed with the play Glengarry Glen Ross and seeing the movie Glengarry Glen Ross and being like Oh my God now i WanNa i WanNa do all of invests I wanNA take plays and turn them into films. I even took films and tried to turn them into plays. I tried to put shallow grave up as a as a one. The I'm very interested in the the melding of theater and film but which is interesting because it seems like there's such this easy negative negative catchphrase people say which is like it's just filmed play like yeah but it's that's I mean sure and obvious I mean I think right out of the gate Mike Nichols Michael Says No. It's not because he brings you in this like incredible water. I don't even know what it is a helicopter. I'm not even sure how he's how he captured captured this but he he you know brings us through Miami into this into this club and kind of this beautiful water and for the first time and I think he's saying right then this is not a play But then he also lingers and rests on characters characters and you are you see Robin Williams. Go through trying to explain this. This moment and Madonna the Madonna. You know and it's like just a the cameras hangs on him and allows for these actors to have these brilliant moments and But it's it's the writing of it is feeder and and it's so contained in. It's such a perfectly constructed story And it surprising prizing to think back on how modern it felt telling that story in the nineties. Yeah you know it was. It was an I mean to look at it now. It's strange. How much time is passed? And and yet I don't I don't know I haven't really seen a piece of art like it. It had so much fun and and tonight you know in another way. Maybe it wouldn't even be made today. I'm not I don't even know I'm not sure how it would be made would be like you said like you know taking twitter algorithms and trying trying to type it into something you know. I think it's such a beautiful relationship that Robin Williams and Nathan Lanes Characters Have with each other and they signed like a palimony any paperwork at some point because that that's how a head of time it was it was before gay marriage was legal and that's insane and And to watch to them have this long-term relationship with each other. That's so rooted in love. But they're like opposites and and you know Nathan lanes characters so outlandish and F- put the love is so perfect and and for the sun to love them and for for all the drama that unfolds in the movie is about these people trying to do right by each other and Not hurt each other's feelings and and yet they're hurt they're hurting. You know the sun shows up and is saying this isn't possible well. I can't present you as my family. And his father is so hurt by that and and to see them All try to whip themselves into shape for this cover you know for them to understand the motivations behind it while also being hurt and every moment that you go I could hate the sun for this. Then he goes. Forget it. I don't do this and the father steps up and says no no. No this says right. So it's it's sort of this beautiful tug of war with characters who are all trying to do right by each other while not trying to compromise themselves and yet you know the the situation is larger than them and it's it's politics and it's it's people that are very different from them Showing up and and and these two families interacting with each other it. It is actually a story for now in a way it is is a beautiful story for for right now I mean what you're making me. Think of right now is how often in storytelling we think of any need conflicts to make a movie. uh-huh in conflict is to people yelling at each other in the way you you framed birdcage is. It's a movie where the conflict comes from people trying to be nice to each other which is completely a different than how we usually imagine. What good conflict? That's why it's so beautiful to watch in such an incredible lesson because You know when I was reading the medlar that that was an exercise in empathy because I made my mom the main character and I made myself the side character and I was trying to think you know what is my mother like. I think we've people have seen the movies about overbearing MOMS. But they're often told from the KID's perspective and and What's it like AAC you know yes? Oh my mom's calling me. My phone's ringing. It's mom again but what's it like to be her. What's it like to be the person who called five times and didn't get a call back and the loneliness that is involved in that and and And her desire to put her love to a good place and yet here she is trying to be good but she's failing at it and her daughter does love her but is grieving and it really is just about them. Grieving differently and and And so oh you know I i. I like the tension and drama. That comes from that place and we make mistakes too and people there's human error and and you cross certain lines and you do things you shouldn't done and So that happens of course but I think the beauty of the conflict and the tension coming from them all just loving each other and being hurt by each other and trying to take that love and do the right thing and trying to take that pain do the right thing and and it's so funny and sweet and heartbreaking and and and it's hilarious and you're laughing at that Gene Hackman. You're laughing at him. I mean he has a monologue about foliage that I think is one of the funniest on planet. Senator as these as these pudding. Everybody to sleep talking about you. Know the leaves and red and the orange and it's so funny But the the the the joke of it of all of them you know trying to be themselves and then trying not to be themselves trying very hard to be other people. Because that's what's going to be acceptable I think those are the themes that feels so ahead of its time. And obviously it's based on something very old and or you know from the seventies and so There's a you know a story in there already but I think that's why when the movie ends. It's just over. There's there's nothing else you need to see. Besides Gene Hackman pudding on that white dress in that wig and being snuck out of this club Because they've gone through so much and it's not like you're gonNA suddenly make these people realize everything they've thought was different and you know it's it's just that the the family that you've been watching all the time is their free there. There's they're all free because now everything's on the table table and and they're all in it together in some way and the love of these two children and these families come together. I mean the you know very different families families coming together I don't know those themes are just so they're so relevant today and that makes me think of your Christmas scene. Yeah well yeah. That's like a chosen family thing you know and and I think that's that's Yeah I I think of the the the family that That Robin Williams and Nathan Lane formed and They're they're it's it's It's not the family dynamic that people are used to seeing. It's not you you know the the husband and wife and two kids and I I was excited to show a what it's like when you know you. Maybe don't don't get the family that you needed it or wanted and And the love that you can find with like a chosen families is just as beautiful sometimes even more fulfilling I love these choices. You have stuck up for so many things across the board that I feel like the list is a little bit short on you know. Yeah yeah well I you know I also. It's a shame that comedy's can't be seen in this in that way. I think often people assume they've been laughing during a movie or enjoying themselves in any way. Then it's not a a serious work but I don't know if I will change that much working on it. One podcast at a time. Good luck then. You're working on it by making one film at all. That's very nice. Thank you thank you so much I appreciate you coming out. Thanks a lot. We want to say thanks again to our sponsor for this episode watchmen if you cannot get enough of. 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203: My Case Study With Ken Jenkins

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203: My Case Study With Ken Jenkins

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These days are getting the Hollywood treatment, and I am one of those people that has to read the book before I watched the movie, and so I talked for of my smartest and funniest friends into starting a book club with me. We're reread super buzzy books and talk about them every. He was GonNa get an MFA and writing, and then write the book about them, and then she reads their. Own You're a human being. You're not Assem like he can control you. Pool if he could deletes the climb ramp, you'll drown, so join the club. Listen to popcorn book club on the iheartradio APP on Apple, podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Hey guys areas very is. I'm. I'm well. How are you well, you know the world spins madly on. It does spend madly on an furious pace to it just keeps going, and and and and you just keep moving forward. And that's all you can do. Really you know what's past. Matata Lion King says it best within the past is the past. Let's talk about moving forward into the future. And making it so that the past never all the negative things I should say in the past. Never repeat themselves. The planet spins, and the world spins madly on. Joel Dan! How are you guys? I realized that when I log on, we usually just jump right into the show, and I never really get the opportunity to ask you guys. How are you doing? How are you holding up? It's good. I'm still inside. Sleep is a myth. There's no such thing as leave any more. Insomnia in full. Force other than that. You know it's it's good I was able to leave the house I went to a drive in. The Mission Hill Tiki driving. No, no, let's say he get out and he movie. That's. Like old like Burger, joint stands around there's you can pick up some food drive through drive straight into the drive through. It's a bunch of like billboards that are sectioned off, and we saw a double feature of jaws and tremors nicely well jaws yes trimmers. It was okay. It's okay jaws, however, still to this day. Even though the shark doesn't look that, real. It still works. Is the whole opening the beach early like the beaches are safe, right? It's a very surreal rewatch in these around Yeah Dan. How about you? How are you? I'm good I'm well I. Had to take my take my girlfriend to the airport this morning very to help her brother move out of college, but she's doing a good thing. And yet so all good ready for. What's that line from when Harry met Sally, you know I, never take a girl to the airport because then expect things out of you and then later on. Then later on. I never do. Airport drops. Airport drops because then later on, she says you. How come you never take me to the airport anymore? Chris. Goodbye at home. Don't take to or pick up from airport as a rule. Boy Okay. I did it I. Did it quite a bit when Casey and I I started dating now? I'm like you know what I'll get you a car service. Rather get you a really nice car service He'll probably have mints right. and Water and clean car. Lawrence has a hang up about it. She really finds a route so I'm going to have a feeling. It's going to be changing because she thinks that in bullshit. Telling you once, you stop doing it. She's going to ask you. How come you never take me to the airport anymore now? He lax is so fucking far I mean I'm sure. A lot of listeners may live closer to the airport than we do. It takes like over an hour to get to lax. It's a lot. It's a mission every time and they have to deal with the traffic of that long circle around hellish. Everyone a little. Well I shouldn't give my secret. Never Mind, sorry. No I was going to give you. Back I life heck. Of Life Hack but now I don't know if I should because they're all gonna steal it news. Listen just do it. You'll be a hero. If you do it all right, you guys don't tell anyone. I know that this postures amount of people listening right now, but don't tell anyone. This is just for you. Do not tell your friends. When you dropped live in La. If you live in La and you come here, you're not allowed to do this shit. This is valid. When you're dropping off, you go to arrivals, not departures. There's never nearly as long a line at a rivals early and all you gotTA. Do is take the escalator up or down whenever it is now I regret telling everyone you ingenious. Hold on hold on I regret this already stake a mistake. Tag is ruined now. I feel like a lot of people already knew this line. Don't you don't do it. Did you know it? Yeah, absolutely and when you get picked up, you go upstairs to free. Barsha departure. Who'd Yup Yup yeah man? I never do. It was such a problem. That won't let you do it anymore. You can say hey, will you drop me off at arrivals? They'll save. No, we can't do that can give us a ticket if we do that. Oh, I didn't know it was like a ticketed thing, so don't get in trouble because the main, but only only Uber's get only. If you're driving if you're if you're doing a service for a friend, that's a really good life. Okay there, you go life hack everybody. I want you when you do it and it goes smoothly I. Want you to smile and think of me. Should we get into the show well? We have a very special guest today, Donald. I, know I'm really excited about it. That's why I WANNA. Get into. I can see that you're all geeked out We never thought Ken. Jenkins would would come on the show not because he's difficult anyway. I just didn't know if he know how to do the zoom in the recording and all of that, but we're so lucky that his son helped him navigate it all and and and and as he here. Dan is ready to come in the room at eight ago. I'm kinda nervous style. I haven't seen him in a long time. I've I'm so excited. Last time I saw him was when we did that. thing at. At. The Roosevelt Hotel Yeah. Where I also, where doesn't he have? Nine kids happened also in the same in the same at the same been not the same venue, but the same building building doesn't have like nine kids. I Casey said that about Donald in the bar which was at the time was called Teddy's and I think it still is, and then we had sort of a scrubs reunion event for what was a four hundred remember I. Don't know and we were all their same building same building. I love that bowling alley in zone a little bowling alley. Do you ever visit La just after arrived at the airport and driven and We asked him about gone or we not bring that up. I mean I. Think I feel like we can ask about it if he doesn't WanNa talk about it. We don't have have to talk about it. I know, but I mean I'm just one wanted to just pre-game with you if we're going to bring up his love of Ganga I'm just saying man. He gave me a Kodak remember when Kodak film used to come in those little cases. Canister thing he gave me a canister full of seeds once, and it was like when you plant these now. and I didn't plant them and I look for this Kodak thing at somewhere lost in all. But still do. A lot of seeds and he was like you've got to plan them all. You gotTA. swint wait. Dad's eyes got really big Dan. Will they still grow? A Trivia question. I want answered is who was high more often onset. Donald stays on her Ken Jenkins I. I bet you it's Kim Jenkins again. Let's go to the videotape. Five six. Stories. About. Canada? Here OPS. Zach. Hello handsome. Waving your hands. Are! You see us. Jackie you. Could you see it's good to see you? And we're so glad you're doing this. Can we really miss? You and we really wanted to have you on the show. while. I'm glad you Ashby. Here. What's that? Donald got all over his face. This is hair. Grow. Here Great. It took me all pandemic to grow this now lesson. Does that help your ballgame? No My ball game is not existent. Now now. Play Golf my golf game. It helps tremendously I. Bet you a Wonderful Golfer oh right I'm. Alright. I'm getting the hang of it now. You know what I mean already good. You went from zero to hero. I mean when I first saw you play. We were together and neither one of US knew what the hell we are doing, and then you got. What's your handicap? Isn't that what you ask someone? Yeah, my handicap's now a seven point nine. That's pretty. That's realistic. Yeah, Yeah Yeah I can at municipal courses I should say when we go country club play club golf jumps up. You know quite a bit, but for municipal golf courses so far. Seven point nine. That's wonderful. Now, were you? Were you a golfer? I never played golf in my life until we did that episode out there on the hill. And can you look good on that episode? Donald were talking about how you look like you know what you're doing. You know that's what they call it acting. Because I can find so. Donald I said when I did. I could not do it. They edited together, but we were talking about. Johnny Sees Golfer. and He of course looked great, but we were like Ken looks like you know what he was doing. Total Fraud Fraud sold the hell out of it just sold it. Are you. How are you doing in this crazy time? we're. We're all trapped in our houses. How're you holding up? Wow, we're doing great. Catherine I say our lives inside didn't change very much. We. Love. And we embarked on. Reading books to each other books that we'd said we'd read, and then you'd ask you a question. I yeah, well what you remember about it nothing. So, so we. We started reading. Big Books Vanity Fair I set seven hundred pages of vanity. Fair and you read it out loud to each other, yes! Yes! And now we're seven eighths of the way through Moby Dick and I take. A only four people in the world of ever read it out loud to each other, and we're about to finish I think that's very romantic. That's a big book. Moby Dick yes. I use as a step ladder when I'm not. And you're always been. You've always struck me as a romantic. Well. I'm romantic. Yeah, I mean. I used to be now. It's just a lot more passive you know. Because in in the in the episode, I was trying to think of those watching this episode You know it. It feels like in some episodes. Kelso is so spin, and in love with Enid his wife, and then another episode dismisses forever. You know it goes back and forth. there's episodes where he's just like singing old love songs. He used to sing newer, and then there's other episodes where he's just like. Oh, she drives me crazy. I can't stand it. I wonder if you thought what you thought about if Kelso, what his feelings for Enid were. You know it's funny. Watching the show developed over all the years and bill would say every year well. We're going to give you a real life candle. A so you're never knew what to play as well. How do you feel about the wife And I. Don't know I think it's it was very complex. Where developed very complex, but. Aside the one time I thought, we really got into what Calcio felt about love, which when nurse Robert Died and there's that moment when I'm in the room. Where there I think looking through the glass and I. Just Bend over and give her this tiny little kiss. And you knew there was something there. That for all the wisecracking and in this episode we're doing today. the smart ass stuff that beneath all that there was something really deep in human and wonderful bonding. I was GonNa ask you that. Did you think Kelso? At one point I mean, it's clear that he obviously was a really great doctor to get the chief of medicine job. He had to not only be at the hospital for a while, but he had to do good work. You don't get that job just because of being there for a long time. Do you think somewhere along the line Kelso was broken, and that's why he became the a ball buster and And a someone who was all about insurance and that was it. Do you think at some point? You. Know Kelso was like you know what everything that I've been doing. Because he you're right. He does have so many lovable moments throughout the series. Yeah, you know the Tuscaloosa Hart episode where he's singing to his his his the love of his life. And it turns out to be Enid you know. The fact that he's definitely willing to give out. Rewards, and stuff like that, he just doesn't want everybody to come and ask them over and over again for things, so I'm asking at some point. Do you think he was broken? I I I don't know about that, but I think what he did. Learn as all doctors seemed to learn, and especially right now in all this colored Mesh. What what what they have to see daily in the front line workers after see daily. What they have to do is put their feelings somewhere else. And and go on with the job and I think in Kelso's position as an administrator. What happens with your feelings? You crust them over. You're just developer Ryan on the outside of it. Someone dies, and you go on ahead. Some another person dies in your. Go on because. You have to keep calling there someone in his name someone in his position you'd think has to develop a rind like you said in order to try and run that place. Especially you know, keep in mind. That sacred heart was meant to be a poor city hospital. That didn't have a lot of resources, so you know in his defense. He was trying to keep the doors open and the place. You know yeah, yeah I think that's I. think that's right and I'm sure you're right donald in the sense that. He was probably idealistic in the same way Turk and J D or idealistic young. They have a mission. They think well of themselves. They're looking at their future. Calcio was young once. Yeah, forty eight hundred years ago. I wanted to say you. Bill wrote you sort of one note in the beginning. You know if you look at the pilot. He's just sort of like the bad guy. He literally has like the blood, the blood red eyes, and there's devil, and then, and then as we're seeing now come, and and and and you played it so wonderfully. Can you just you're so? You're so amazing you're so. You're so wonderful, but my point was that now in season two. We just started. To see where bill released starts to to start to give him lots of lots more layers, I think yeah, didn't you feel that way? I felt like in season one. There was so much to tackle, and of course, setting up the young young wide eyed interns, and there were and everything and Kelso was just like the bad guy, and now I start to see and of course I know that this goes throughout the the the nine years that you really start to see developed. I didn't remember that it happened too soon. my memory of season one is being. God, I'm over the top on every scene I'm doing I. It's I hated it. I hated everything. I, was doing a thought. The timing is all right, but I thought it. It's just a thousand times too much. Can't you pull back? No, I can't. I, can't I don't know where else to go. And I looked at this episode and I went. This is just the beginning of season. Two and everybody is back in another deep wonderful groove. This is an incredibly good episode. Yeah, yeah, really is can. That's one of the reasons we wanted to have you on because Nine lease at a really really good one, but you have so much fun stuff to play in this one and and I. We were excited to talk to you about all of it, but before we dive into the episode itself you can. We've had every other one of the leads on the podcast so far. We always start with. Telling, people excuse me. We always ask everyone. They're their audition story. How they how? They came about to be on scrubs. Do you recall how that all? Transpired what your audition process was like for the show. I don't know if. You go in to audition. You know and. And this when I went in and were two or three guys. I know who are out there. Who are all terrific actors in? Part you know, fail well. This is my part but I I, went in and read and. Bill was standing over the back and he laughed. And I thought well. That's a generous thing for him to do. He's he's helping out in the audition. That was really nice to him and I went away. Feeling that was really nice, and then I went into the second time he was there and he laughed again only bigger. And I thought. Oh I got a chance it does. Yeah, you start to get excited, right? Yeah, you do and. Then the journey in my mind was you. You have a good audition. You get the part. And then that first episode I looked at it. The pilot and I thought man he should fire me. This is really. Really. You depending round and round. You didn't always that was ridden. Wasn't you're acting? I thought I thought you were great in the pilot, did you? Did you not like your performance in the pilot? I hated it, but somebody gave me a wonderful out. They said Ken all over the top stuff you obviously doing. In season one. That's just the way J. D. were seeing you. And then as he saw you multidimensional, the way you see Cox in this episode, it's a wonderful seeing with with Cox the I i. want to be just like you only more success. That's brilliant. What would seeing you're you? You guys are so good. You kill changed wonderful. Can you give me compliments? I have to tell you it it. It's a special place in my heart. It means so. So much to me because I respect, you sound much as as an actor, and you may have thought you were. You were broad, and perhaps the part called for that particular early on but I I want you to know and I'm sure Donald agrees that we really just admired and looked up to you for this entire experience. Absolutely the second break. We'll be right back after these fine words. 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Love Scrub Daddy I love Scrub Daddy. Daddy hold me virtually. You. Know Ken I'm looking at your. IMDB Google Google. And Holy Shit Dude. You've been so many movies men. Gosh! Somebody told me if you want good residuals. Get small parts in big movies. That's a good technique. I hear that that's true. I remember when we were doing scrubs, and I guess it was courage under fire. Am I correct, yeah? And I remember seeing it, and we had already started shooting and I finally saw the movie, and you're in the movie with the scene with Denzel Washington and Youtube. We're having dialogue and everything like that now is when I. I realized I was like Oh. Snap Ken, had a life well before scrubs Kim. Thanks. You thought scrubs was cans first job? No, I didn't think that but I. You know I. I was. Dumb naive actor who's all about himself and everything like that, and that's when the world really you know. The world started opening up when I started doing scrubs and realizing that while people I'm not. You know it's not just me. There's other people involved in this whole situation and Ken Holy Cow. Well? We all feel like that though it's natural. You look at a script. And what does any any actor would? He looks at his grip. We all know this joke. You started leafing through this grip. Bullshit byline. Yeah. Absolutely you had been blessed. Though candidate have just an incredible amount of work that you've done over the years as just like. It's just a numbers game it the words you don't trip over the furniture and you're going to get some of them. That's all well. I think you're being modest I I'm not going to be modest I. Think I'm very good in this episode, Yup. I think it's very smart of your happy for this. You Laura, let's get into it. I wanted to stay. A first of all can I have a funny memory of I? Don't know if you guys have this thing in your life where someone tells the anecdote about a specific thing and then every time you think of that thing you think of the person. And and one of mine is you can when we when we first all started making some real money. I said to you can. Are you splurging on anything? Are You Are you treating yourself to to anything fun? And you said something to the effect of not really. Noticed that I I'm changing my razor blade a bit more frequently. Thought that was so humble and sweet, and every a now I'm looking at my razor blade I damn well last time I changed this. I probably should always. Think of you. That's Zach. That's funny. Razor blades. Well don't be, don't be I, want you to know. I changed my way more frequently because of Ken Jenkins. So Donald had braces on Ken I. Don't know if you recall this, but he. He decided to get braces on the inside of his teeth for season two and we've been discussing other episodes whether or not you can hear him lisp or not. Because bill eventually told him to take the damn things off, this episode could be called the Lispier on my God I can't even my mouth is even like can talk. Not at all. At this point, it was brought to my attention. Bill's going to tell you to take the braces off and I was like. Oh, no, how am I? Got I got I got I gotTA enunciate my words. A little bit got. Worse, you made a one, made it so much worse. What I what I missed this whole thing well can. You were looking out for it? I'm sure if you weren't looking out for you. Perhaps would notice it, but it's on our minds because we've been talking about whether or not. We can hear it and I haven't noticed that Donald to be honest I. I wonder if what you're saying is true that you said Oh. I have to over enunciate I'd have to compensate or something because to me. It was like a tattoo like you had something in your mouth. Yeah, and that was braces. You mean that scene where you ask me for the thing. You have braces in absolutely. Oh, yeah, oh! Clive convoy. are kind of. Placer, laser. Here's that subjectivity thing right I? Never noticed them and. Wait, we forgot sorry. We have to backtrack a tiny bit to do our our new segment where Donald can. Donald tries to sum up the whole episode in thirty seconds. We've had some people we've had some people who are listening who aren't necessarily watching the show along with the podcast and they've asked us if if we could quickly some episode Saddam you ready well, I just want to say one thing. There's a lot going on in this episode. Well, this is your second time doing this, or are you already afraid of the assignment? Now? Let's go okay. Are you ready? We're going to have thirty seconds on the clock and go. We start off this. This episode with Castle challenging all of the medical interns to come up with an interesting patient for the Ama conference that the hospital ablaze it causes friction between Johnson McGinley's character and Zach's character in the movie Sarah Judy. Their character's. Don't know if they really get along and Turk wants a laser at the end of the episode. We find out the doctor. Kelso is a sweetheart and will actually grant you a wish if you come to him secretly that being said that thirty seconds. You got most of it. You got most of it. Most of it I look well. Here's the thing though it's hard to get into the most important part of the show and that's. Kelso turning into the biggest sweetheart by choice. Once every year, yes. But this your three seconds are over. The addendum is this the right? This is the prologue the prologue, the pro the. Epilogue Appalachia that belong. All right well, yeah, I, I give you credit for doing that Donald to get to get that much of it in thirty seconds. This is a big episode. ABC story it's it's overlapping arcs in different directions so much stuff going on director Michael directed by Michael Spindler. One of our favorites Ken, right. We always loved Michael. spillers loved Michael and back to the old credits. If you recall in season two, can you remember? We had to reshoot the the the beautiful credit sequence, and then they they wanted to add neil to the credits, so we re shot them. And then the song was slower, and the fans really didn't like it. And I think that that's it for the for the old credit sequence. This I think as far as this one we're. We're back to it. Do I would i. ask you a question about this episodes in. The is. Neil is still in your head janitor. Still just in your head in this episode, right? Nobody else interacts with them. That's a good question. Can we've debated that? And because I bill has bill sort of game with that? We thought was mostly season. One I think as far as season two. He has begun to talk to other people, but in this episode he only. One he only interact with me well, he yeah so far throughout the season. He's only talked to you. He hasn't you know he hasn't talked to anyone else. It's only been used so far. No I think I think that's wrong. I think he. He spoke to or someone in earlier in. Maybe, this is the time to ask scrubs wicky. Nervous about asking scrums, wiki. So. Can we have this wikipedia site? wikipedia. Site this Guy Trevor. He's the he runs a scrubs. Wikipedia site pretty much where it's you ask you type in a question and all of these answers come up for. A specific question That's true at all what you decide. It isn't no type in a question it's. It's like you can look up. Okay episode, two of Season Two and it tells you different. You've probably never looked at the damn thing, have you? I've never looked at. I. We were talking about it for so long never even looked at it. Listen to me. Fake it till you. It would be a lot I like it. I liked it in your mind is right so all you do. Is You type in a question? Comes up with an answer. That's not at all what it is. That should be what it is. wikileaks to game, right? That's a better. SCRUBS. You need to make your own your own weapons. This is just can. It's just like if someone has curated this. This page breaks down every episode and it tells you the guest stars. It tells you a summary. It tells you trivia. It tells you continuity errors, and yeah. It's become a good resource for I don't think I. Don't think it's a good resource anymore. If I can't call it an asking questions, then answer my question. That's why we have asked Trevor asked Trevor Wicky, okay, let me ask Trevor Wicky. Trevor, wicky. So far this season in my recollection. The janitor has talked only to J. D.. Is this true and if it is true, when does the janitor actually start to interact in the story? Wear Lines. Are intertwined with the rest of the cast. I. Have a feeling that it's Ken Jenkins Feeling and I. Want Trevor, Wiki, to answer this. The gender says something to me and it makes can slash doctor Kelso laugh. But. We'll see trevor. How do you guys in season? Two janitor still mostly only interacts with Jd. In the next episode, my big mouth janitor partner with Troy, but it's not until my Karma were janitor starts interacting with other main characters all right. Let's get into the episode so one fifty two I thought it was hilarious that Jd. You don't. What J. D.'s daydreaming about. An Ego to him because the woman says he always daydream there and it turns out. We reveal that he's daydreaming about having that that beautiful Afro, the better sunhats and I'm bopping my head to that. That made me laugh out loud. You would. My favorite line in this episode, so we lose it. It's seem Donald Injury, a beautiful, sweet low saying and He looks up and says something to the heavens and Judy says is my favorite line baby. You Know I. Don't like you talking to God what we're having a discussion. Won't do it, but we all do it. We all. Everybody does it everybody does it at some point when in a discussion that you uncomfortable with that look to the heavens like. God. I. Why are you doing this? It happens all the time I I've caught my wife doing it to me like. She really she even puts her. Fist grabs a fist and hits them together why? Yes it's true. It's true. That is a great line and we. We revealed a Turkish still religious because we had asked early in season. One quite religious, not that not that you need to be religious to talk to God, but it does seem like we had asked earlier like Oh does that. Do we stay with that? Does this Turks? Keep a relationship with God and here he is talking to gone. I want to jump back to the beginning of the episode when it's show very first starts at cuts to an exterior shot of our apartment. Yeah! Cuts into the apartment. It kind of felt a little. It felt very sick comedy. You know what I mean. And they're on a lot of moments of this show where I'm like that's like a Sitcom you know. We earn our laughs. Because the laugh track. There's no laugh track to. To help you, we earn our laughs, and that at that moment I was like. Is this one of those moments where we're experimenting? Still in season two trying to figure out a way to cause coming on Thursday nights now and you know when friends was on. That's always the first shot at the central, the central park or it's their apartment building and it seemed like that's what we were doing. It was just the the shoddy department because that's pretty rare for scrubs to open on a shot of the apartment. It usually opens on the shot at the hospital. Is that what you're sensing? You think maybe maybe that's what it is, or maybe you know someone one of the. At NBC or something was like well I don't know where they're starting from. Let's just I don't I don't. I don't understand this. The apartment. I thought it was a joke that didn't quite work. Which one can, but the shot of the apartment playoff friends. This is yeah, French boom it's phrase. It's not friends, oh. That's very interesting because it opens up in this the four of us in the in the apartment I understand why you say I'll go get you guys, beers and I'm like I'll come help you like. Why do you need help grabbing two beers? I was just A. It was a setup to leave them alone and show that they have that. They're awkward when they're. Alone, together right I have another question. What the HECK IS AMA conference? I didn't want to look it up. I wanted to ask this gin. The American Medical Association Donald Okay got it. Who all of you out there? Who didn't know what AMA conference wasn't didn't bother to look it up like me. Yeah, I think some people might be perplexed that you don't know what the AMA pleading fake doctor for for nine years, but you know who knows. Do you don't be. There's a the Ama said that scrubs was the most medically accurate TV show about doctors. Did you know that? I did know that I didn't know that the AMA said that I just random doctors said it. No, Ama, that's that's one of our our badges of honour. Okay by Dr Still says well. What are you can? Can, do, you do. Do you use your scrubs fame to to get special treatment from the doctor? Because we've learned that bill tells everyone including his dentist that he was creator of scrubs. My doctors have got too old to understand things like that. They, just do a doctor. Kelso. Pay The nurse. On your way, I like to twenty. That non leave I just enjoyed a fantasy with the Afro but I've I've asked the guy. Is that easy to manage like? Jay's really JD's really asking if he can You might want to try a perm. Yes also Ken. I love Al Jarreau I. Don't know if you love your rope that was. That's my second favorite joke in. And look on the Lomas space when she goes. Why And you say what is your response? What which one is the blind one a? Blind. You'll be Ray Charles. Are. Say Aloma says something like careful of earn your saved woman right yes! But I love me some out to row I. Loved Albaro growing up. He saying some of the greatest songs ever made. What's Algiers most famous I? Know the name, but I can't think of an an Algebra Song. You know we're in this love together. We got the kind that lasts forever. Also nobody does it like Sara, Lee. Oh, he did the jingle. Do you remember when he had his own Sara Lee commercial and nobody does it like seventy. I do remember we in terms of. The. Had left forever. Tommy Davidson when I was a kid had this great standup special where he talks about Algebra Algebra sound the theme song to Moonlighting some fly by. Oh that's right. I do. Moonlighting strangers. Gers who just met. Who just met on the? Side David. Moore, you gotta put a little more sound. Martin. Listen Tommy Davidson did this whole. Stand up thing when I was a kid right and he would talk about how Albaro could sing his off, but would make the craziest faces when he saying so that to get those sounds into get that. Kind of Twang his news, some guy he. Say. Flat ID, it makes us the faces. And his niece be like what's wrong with his faith. I loved outgrow. So can you have to kiss this woman's? But do you remember if she was really there for your buck you. You know you'd think I'd remember thing i. Don't. I don't remember either. She was good I forgot her name. a look it up. Because I'm on this Marie cheat them. Oh Nice Nice. You. How do you work with him before can? Yes well, we did work together, but when I was seventeen. I was an apprentice at the alley. Theatre in Houston Texas and embarrass down there I. Don't remember whether she was an apprentice to or whether she was just. Round in the company a because she's younger than me I think, but that's where. When Robert Foxworth Ras down there as an apprentice Carlin Glenn. Wow so you guys knew each other when you were teenagers, but what I was seventeen, but I hadn't seen her until I was very surprised when there she was on the on the show I. Didn't yeah, she was a great she was raising. Banter between all these guys and the bachelor with Johnny was really funny, too. Yeah The Sad said you say in. Says stops and. Stop saying SAS. Says Mike McDonald's back in this episode. Yes, my talk with a Broken Pinas right and Sarah and Sarah's imaginary patient with the ads on the front. Front, but That scene Sarah and Judy, that is just the sweetest little seen. When when I would kill for your I would kill for your and Judy says I would kill for that wagon your dragon show. This blank look on her face. She is, but you're but. What's funny is that Saturday and really have much of a wagon? I mean. Think! That's I think that's the actual joke. Though you know, it's very interesting, because you know, women are built different, obviously in some have junk in the trunk, and some have not a lot of junk trunk and what I've learned. Is that you know jeans fit different when you have more junk like genes that you see on television and designer jeans at least when I was growing up or made, people were made for people with not a lot of booty. You know what I mean and so. When I would go and buy the genes that I saw. On television I put them on. I would have I had big quads and I have a very round, and you have a big ass wagon, and so it would be hard to fit into these genes, and so a lot of these genes that I had you know I'd buy all of. The brand that was popular at the time I would buy the jeans and try to fit into them, and they just didn't look as good as they did on other people and so I would. Want to one of the ways around. That is to let the gene sag off your but I. But. I just noticed something that was very. Crazy about this episode is both Judy and Sarah. Look amazing in this episode there like fine. It's fine can be in this episode. Hey, man, you know what I mean. Judy's hair is out of her face and in your face. Vans really see how beautiful she is Sarah's hair's done nice and her face, and you see how beautiful she is, which is kind of Princess Leia buns on her head, and and they're complaining in the episode about you know what they wish. They had and what they wish they didn't have and. An in my mind. I was like well. We have to really beautiful. Women but at the end of the day is that. Is that how we all are we all this way and some worse united everybody everybody has their own insecurities about their physical appearance and and I think part of the point of the episode. Where was here? These two women that we all would imagine would be perfectly fine with their their appearance, and then they what they finally bond over is their insecurities, and you know they don't have. They can't find anything and talk about I thought it was pretty powerful statement actually yeah, but they're saying is what they finally bond over their own insecurities about themselves. And then the other one is like what are you talking about? You have this this and she's like. What are you talking about this? I wish I had your hair. You know so. I thought that was really relatable. A lot of people could go God. Even even these women who I perceive to be to be so beautiful battle this. And what the turn with the Johnny see with Dr Cox after you're seeing and you're telling him. You want to be like him only successful and the last sane is him showing us. That! He's been kind of braving over his insecurity when he hands the telephone to Maria character and lets her make the call for him, yeah! Get Him in a van and I really liked that because it was one of the first times in the whole show where I had the bravery to do something that affects. Dr Cox Yeah. You know I really took a lot of of of. For Jd to do what he did, and and go against him, but and and of course to say to your mentor I WanNa, be you but more successful, you yeah. I mean that was a really courageous moment for the character. And then I really loved the fact that that went into effect to. It really made him take action in his own career planted a seed in his own mind. Right It it really planted the seed for the next six years of of your relationship with him yeah. All Right? We have to go to a quick commercial. 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Let that is one of your favorite shows. It's amazing I just think it's masterfully done, and the point is. It's a weird time. You're look stuff to watch. You can find it on who the people are always asking us. Where do I find scrubs? These days? I'll tell you it's on Hulu. You can always find it on Hulu. Hulu has whatever you are feeling. If you go right now, you can sign up at Hulu Dot. com and I guarantee you. You're gonNA find a show. You like and be like thanks Donald. Learn more at Hulu Dot Com. And we're bad. I think they're only a few entrances in our show that are legendary Yeah Ken you have to. He has to in one all in one episode to your insurance where you're excited and happy about everything that you come in your dancing, and you're and you're excited. That's one of the best entrances in scrubs history, and then your second entrance when you come in and beat the shit out of everybody had forgotten. One of the best in. I'd forgotten about that. Can you remember you must have done those both the same day? I imagine was there must have been a lot of rehearsal for those sequences. I don't remember that. There wasn't there was very little rare so for the happy one because it started. downstairs in an entrance. Throwing off the Cape and that took a little while to set up their scenes always did down there, and then we were up in the hallway, and that seemed to be almost an improvisation. It just went. That was so fast, but on the second hallway, seeing that was Ernie, and Ernie was there with those guys and saying give me a key at and made all those woks working and those people doing those enormous reactions from anything I did that sold that all just just for people that are not. One of our stunt coordinators, and all those people that cans interacting with our stunt, men and women, and we haven't really given up shoutout to to to them yet. On this show you know we, we pride ourselves on doing a lot of the physical stuff, but. The stunt. People did a ton of of the stunts on this show. especially stuff that like this moment with Ken, which is, it's like a dance routine right? canidates like you choreographed dance routine. I don't like that one I liked the second one earlier, said he, so I mean. What I meant was that the the fight sequence is its own bit of. Oh absolutely. Yeah, absolutely, now listen. Is this the only time there were two? Done in one episode as Trevor The WIKKI. Okay you want to Ken. Ken is calling upon Trevor. Wicky Ken. We are going to ask. Trevor Wiki has there ever been A. An entrance by one of the characters that's done twice in in one episode in the same hallway. We had our that. The one with the pimps drug for Donald and I, which we did twice, but separated by many many episodes, yes. Great has there ever been a an entrance like this in the in another episode where we did it twice over the top entrances are a fun running gag on scrubs, but Dr Kelsey is the only character to get to grant entrances in one episode out well, not twice, but I do remember. Dick Van Dyke had entrance very similar. Why are you helping helping? Cover wiki out? This isn't free. Trevor wicked doesn't want to do two jobs Zach no switching you don't. WanNa do it. No Joel said it was a misunderstanding. He does want to do it. We never set him his gift basket. You well, we remind me to send them A. Gift back skits to people who are halfway in and. I feel. I feel like the gift basket. If well-stocked could put him over the edge, he might be on the fence, so gotTA. We gotta give him listen. Yes, we have to bribe him. This is America. What are we going to bribe them with? This is America. Don't catch. What are we going to bribe them? What are we going to bribe them with some Salami? Joel! Put in the gift basket for trevor. Wiki we can find out just so he can answer these questions. I watched you rub swag. I was Trevor Wicky. Wicky I would want Scrub Swag I bet you we could go to Instagram at listen I'm not trying to dish. Trevor scrubs wicky, but if I were to Instagram, and asked all of our followers, any of these questions who saved eager and excited to do it. This I I'm not trying. I'm not trying to help the situation. I'm trying to tell you guys right now that he don't WanNa. Do It okay well? Listen Trevor Wicky that's I apologize on behalf of my co host We don't WanNA. Do it now. What if we were to get you know the scrubs. Funchal POPs right. What if we were to each sign? Our own funke pop and give them the trevor. WIKI as his bribe. Trevor Wicky will then take set funchal POPs and south on the Internet. To know then he'll make what they don't make twenty bucks and it'll be worth. More worth more than twenty bucks listen. Ken Ask. Trevor Wiki he'll be a little bit more inclined to do it because. EVERYBODY LOVES JENKINS THERE WE GO okay. While you're at it. Get the list of all those hallways. Heather and Heather and whoever hosted one. Yeah, that's a good question. Well this. How many listen overwhelm the man? We've heard Zarif Second I. See that's what I'm talking about. This wouldn't be overwhelming if he wanted to do it. It'd be the best day of his life. Ken and. Things happened in the whole. Website. He don't WanNa. Do It all right? Come come on. This is his second. This is his audition to see if he wants to come back into the call back. This is the callback this call back. We'll see how he does. We've now given him two questions once from legendary Ken Jenkins, and and we will Will you please facilitate of him getting signed funke POPs and L., but only if he comes through. Okay! And you know we can also sell it. We can send him a gift card to get a Free FM notification for his phone. Delay Twenty nine. Dollar Twenty nine tavern. Insulted He'd be like. Hey, man. We really want to thank you Here's a gift certificate for a dollar twenty nine to get our ringtone. Here's the ringtones. All right, should we back to the episode? Guys? Yes, eat Schmidt and die. That was funny Oh Sarah says when she was a kid, she was really close made. Yeah, and then, and then and she goes, and then she goes was white and judy goes. What was your name and there's a really long pause and she goes. Hence Wheeler. So the mopping the janitor I, thought that was a great moment and I thought I thought that the janitor. Because you know watching these episodes, we don't really remember all of it, and so I honestly thought that J. D. had a breakthrough with the janitor and I was wondering what J. D. was going to do for the janitor. It'd be like that. Mop That I. Got You forget about? That that amount that you got me forget about it. You ruined everything and he just decided at the end of the show I. Like my better, Yeah. Yeah but by the way he cries, he'd literally I the janitor. Forgotten this, he cries over my gift. First of all he's in line. Everyone's in line to go to Kelso's office to ask for things for their department and really expensive stuff. You're asking for an Oregon laser people are asking for overtime for nurse's. They're all lined up to ask for specialty department. The genders in line. ASK FROM UP, yeah. And then he doesn't get them up, so I go out and buy him a mop. I take the time to gift. Wrap it I mean I. Goes out is way to make this man feel special I wish I had seen the scene that would have been a funny scene watching me mop shopping for the janitor, but I I by the mob gift wrap it I put a bow on it and I give it to him, and he starts to cry. He's moved. I was funny, and then at the end episode is like I like my mom. Cried because no, that was you that, was you? I like your line in When you say what was wrong with the Montigny and you said it was out of gas. Was Out of gas. He's so funny. Neil I I just look at him. And I started giggling I. Mean you know when he comes on? It's going to be a funny moment. How about rob? Maggio first of all I? Believe when you when you get of fake breasts, I think it's like a special. Wing or doctor, right it's. My we're handling why Judy and rob mass your handling a breast augmentation. Yeah I think you go to a plastic surgeon for that right right I. I don't know much, but I was like. Why is Judy prepping a breast augmentation? And why is rob as you doing the surgery? Because the Real J. D. is not in the writer's room where? Exactly then. Because I was like I believe we're like a small city hospital like mostly for like convergency is I? Don't think we're doing cosmetic breast augmentation, but but what about when he goes Let's get you into a fresh pair of Blouse. Bunnies. Allows bunnies and then later he says to the husband after she had the breast dining. We're going to need to get you some bigger hands. At that. I did laugh laugh at everything. Rob Does. Yeah! So, we have a moment where Elliott has a voiceover. When he came up yet. She has voice over which. Looking in the mirror. Is that a voiceover is to talking to herself. She her mouth isn't moving, so it's definitely voiceover, but away when she's playing with her breasts, and she squeezing them together, and then she leans forward, and then something breaks, but I don't know what the hell happens. It sounds like someone throws a brick through a front window. There's like this loud glass shatter noise durum, talking about no I didn't pick that up. Yeah, she's like leaning forward and she like giving yourself big cleavage, and then the idea is like something breaks. Do you know what I'm talking about you well. But the sound effect was so weird. It was like it sounds like so. She was being attacked from outside. That was the bottle of massage oil. Something broken something on her sink rope, but the sound effect was just a bizarre choice. Joel. Do we have a guest? Let's bring them in. Can we take a questionnaire from from one of our lovely listener fans? They come into the room. You're about to be about to meet them, and then they. They asked us a question ex best smoking loud. Smoking. Out. Bang Smoking that loud banks. Are you feeling marijuana as you ask us a question. Yes, I did have a couple of questions. No. I didn't tell me that sounds like yes, banks you smoke in that loud right now. Why are you call it loud? I never heard because it's it's loud and stinky. Baby banks of all three of the cast members of scrubs that you have and enjoy the occasional use of cannabis. It seems like you're the appropriate guests for this episode. Because we just watched, you exhale a giant cloud of smoke. That's it was like a rat was like snoop dogg video. That's was for real for real men. You took a big ass off a something. As Zach, you have a shirt burn. Yes, sir, burnt, burnt burn 'cause I'M GONNA burn. One on. If you don't like my fire, then don't come around because I'm. The one down all right. Harper Ben, no doubt is that Oh. Gee, was that od cush? Was it was that was that you? Know I was with a Purple Diesel Oh. Okay, so a mixture of sourdeval diesel. Purple can do you still partake every now and then you know when you reach, you don't need to. Of, course you, it's started like it's a perpetual filled thing. It just gets utterly filled up. And there's no need to bother your lungs about it because it's just always there, you're you're. You smoked enough so that you're just good you're you're you're high enough for the rest of your life? That I was walking around Donald Occasionally. and. My Lips Melissa purple now can. They used to be paying? That's all I'm saying. Donald Salivating banks you've. All right thanks! You have a question for us. We have Ken Jenkins on the show today Donald Phase. And is Zach. Braff just watched the episode. Ken Was Hilarious Yeah. Right shoulder getting thinner with my wallet. Yup! So my question about the show is if you guys could recast. WHO WHO If I could recasts myself I'll just say. Recast the whole show. I don't want to do that because I loved working with everybody and I think everybody is really good on this show, and I can't see anybody else. Playing the characters that we played, but if I could recast myself. They're like three people that I think could have done a great job if timing was. On their side Denzel. Well! I mean come on man. I feel like I. Feel like if timing was on his side. Jalil white would made a great Christopher Turk by like he would have crushed that role as Christopher Turk timing were if timing? We're right on his side. I feel like Damon Wayans Junior. If he were older back then he would have crushed Christopher Turk he would have done such a great job. As Christopher Turk. And I think those two people have when it comes to. Playing that character if I could recast. Chris Turk and it couldn't be me. I would take those two people. I was just thinking. Donald was answering because I zoned out. His answer was so boring and I think that SOCIA- face. I was thinking. Ben Platt would be a good jd. He's a funny young. nerdy character actor, he and he's a very talented, and he can sing his ass off. Not The JD was required to sing too much. About you can you think of another actor? Who could I don't know? No one could replace the legendary Ken. Jenkins but I wouldn't put anybody else through nine years of that. I'll sit. All right. What about another one banks? Banks. Banks. Banco is is cool to bank goes. Oh, this is non scrub related. Donald I wanNA, know like. You know I'm from New York, too, so like I. I've kind of followed a career like you know you're always you always a groomsman, never room really. into bag, but you know clueless sugarhill and all that thing that. Who in Hollywood. Who Hollywood did you? Did you serve up the most on the court like? A WHO, in Hollywood I serve up the most on the court A lot of people. There are a lot of people that have gotten a ass busted by me, and then there are a lot of people that have busted my ass like you know. The most famous of the to. Translate yeah, go ahead. Does he mean? I A in a metaphor in the acting world or on the basketball on the basketball court now I don't know if that's what he means banks. What do you mean I mean on a Basketball Court shutting? Thank you. And you stay quiet for. Do you, understand. Yes, there. I'm sorry so. Leonardo DiCaprio's the most famous person that I've ever served on a basketball court him and Toby Maguire on the same team gave them the business. Back Dude this was back when I couldn't play basketball that well right. This is me coming to L. A. and being put in the League, and then seeing Leo and toby and being like. Oh, they're going to get it today. You know what I mean and even score a lot of points, but we beat the crap out of they had they had a. they had a squad and this entertainment league that we played in. And We beat them in the playoffs. We got them in the first round and when we played them during the season, we beat them anyway. I have a question. I told you to shut up, sorry. Say. Second so funny, but I don't WanNa to talk now. Tells you to shut up. Did Leo. Invite you back to his game. 'cause I always hear about these celebrity games where when someone comes in, and they kick ass like you probably did that. They then don't get invited back now. You've got gotTa Watch. How you are right, so that happened to me? That happened to vote. So one time I played ball with toby and a bunch of his buddies at somebody's house. I don't know who it was, but Harley Pasternak invited me hard passionate. Delivery trainer, celebrity trainer, right and we told you had said bananas or sugar sticks and I've run into him. You know he's invited me to a bunch of games to play with other celebrities because he knew I love basketball. I played with Kanye West play with common I played with all these people right, and he invited me one time to play basketball with toby, and I remember Toby Maguire was like be on his team, because I'm not going to have fun playing on his team and I took offense to it. And I remember when I got there and I listen to you talk about smoking a lot. Allowed I smoke so much weed? When I got there before I got there right, and so I'm stoned out of my mind. And he's like and he's like I don't WanNa play with him, because I'm not going to have fun and I was like Oh. Okay fine. You got it and I proceeded to bust their ass on their court. and. Never Gotten back. You to be not too good. That's the to play with fancy celebrities right to you have to make it feel like they can. They can compete on your level if they can't compete on your level. You gotta got to bring them up to your love. You gotta be like the Lebron James of the thing where you score buckets, but you make them feel like they're doing thing. Another time holdout I was in Miami and Leo and Toby invited. Invited me to hang out with them, and this was one of the biggest moments of my life. You know what I mean as a young actor to me. Leonardo di Caprio is the best actor in the world. I love everybody out there I think everybody does a great job, but for me. Leo Is my age and I. Think the best at my like I. Don't think anybody's better than him in since you know when it comes to. My peers that are my age, right? And so we're in Miami, and we go down to this little basketball court, and it's Me Leo and Toby on the same team and we play A. You know some. Floridians on vk three hundred three game. And we win. And I I. Remember and I remember thinking you know I've arrived a play ball with Leo I played ball with Toby. We want the same team. It happen. I'M A. Vitamin I feel it. I was wrong because right that the the next time I played ball with toby. He said I don't think I'd have fun playing on his team. And my mind I was like what we kicked ass in Miami, maybe Hobie things we had the thing we. Miami all right. So those are the people who when it comes to basketball. Those are the two people that have given the Business Leonardo, DiCaprio and Miami. Leonardo Kevin on talking Maguire. When it comes to get my ass busted there quite a few entertainers out there. Who Can Really Ball Michael? Jordan is Nice Jesse Williams Nice. Do that. I'm a heavy NBA celebrity game. Historian and someone like Michael Jordan I think I. Tell you right now. I'm telling me right now. It's a big difference when you're under those lights men. It's a big big big difference and the ball isn't the real ball. It's not it's not like anything you've ever played with the ball real ball in the celebrity games because it has to look shiny and it has you know has a bunch he'll. It doesn't feel the same way. So I love that grit that normal grit. We usually have and we play. Michael Jordan Jesse Williams Brian McKnight, James. Yeah James Lewis. You're! China I'm leaving some people out there that have been because. You're sorry. It's supposed to be really good. There's so much younger than me. That I've never had the like when you were playing when you were playing actively in these celebrity leagues, who was the best? Who is? Who would you pick number one on your team of people? We know it's either Brian. McKnight James Lavar. Those two are. Like Brian. McKnight understands basketball right James lacouture he doesn't have to. He doesn't have to score. You know forty points to win he he would average a triple double every game we played, and you look at it and be like them. You know he didn't take a lot of shots, but he had ten points, and I don't think. He passed the ball to me that much, but. I. Do look who Jan does your was. That do is that. Do Kim Bowl Mike? Yeah. But, but the to. The to the three that are really good in my opinion, are James, Lewis. You're Brian, McKnight and Michael Jordan. Okay, well there. You have everyone Donald. Be Celebrity Basketball player. How's how's the Delay Hill? Delays not a real. He's not A. He's not that big. That's another person who could have played Turk Delay Hill of circumstances were correct, but. Delay is not house Joel. Jalil is Julia Kabul to. One I remember. That's another one but I gave Jalil knows it. I gave them the business one summer league. We had A. WE had a Nike Summer League and I gave him the business, and he knows it, and to this day every time, if I. Ever I mean I. Don't play basketball anymore. But from that point on if I did play deleo white, he was extra aggressive when it came to guarding me, and if I was guarding him to showing me Yo. That was a fluke dude. You're never going to do it again, but I gave him the business one so much so that you know when people are staring at you. And you're acting like you can't see them staring at you. I felt I felt the burn in my peripheral while he's sitting on a bench after I filed his ass out burning. Today do this celebrity basketball thing I don't WanNa play basketball. No more. No I'm saying do okay. Right now in non cove it in non Kovic. Times I wonder if it was still. I don't play basketball like that anymore, but it's a big difference when it gets on television and the announcers and the TV timeouts and all of that stuff, it's not the same game. You know what I mean. You're rhythms. You have to be hot going in and just stay hot because you're rhythms are off and you can't play your way into games like that my opinion. All right well for anyone who tuned out for the last ten minutes. This is this couches? We watch kids as well. Hey. Ken took a nap. Can can took a brief nap. But we're back banks. Thank you man. Those were good questions. Great and we appreciate you and and you inspired a donald to go. Have some purple diesel was not going to be purple diesel might be that. Might be that lookout. Out My birthday, you gotTA. Count out go ahead. Happy First Birthday. Thank you happy birthday. How old are you? Thirty two, our young in the show's not quite over yet, but we'll tell you what we're GONNA do. Well I guess we kind of did it right? We don't have anything else to talk about I. Mean we're can. Is there anything else you wanted to say? Yeah, you have to say how good Johnny Castle is. Can. You know what absolutely you're absolutely right? You're right, can Johnny Castle doesn't get enough. Appreciation. He plays Doug the nervous guy and he was always very very funny, and always had his little red fanny pack on, and as always the butt of Kelso and Cox's jokes, they and some of the best one liners like you know when he's like my family lives in. You'll see them. Yeah, my family lives in. You'll see them. Around the holiday commiserations, yeah, Do, you know your Christmas right right right right right, right? And he's he's snaps off those ends. When when Johnny's always chasing him off, go go go go. He snaps those ends off so crisply, too. Yeah, yeah, he. Can I just WanNa say thank you for doing this. Donald I talked about a lot. How much we love you and miss you and and we were both really really excited that you want to do. You know and also you are the MVP of our show. You were talking earlier about how you felt. You were so broad and everything like that and you needed to pull it back. But I personally watching, you feel like you were so natural, and you were able to bring a natural element to slapstick and broad comedy, and as much as you like I. Feel like I was I was over the top, I personally. I it's I. I disagree with you. Honestly I think you are right in the pocket and you crush it every time and I think that's why it started off as Kelso, being the bad guy, and as we move forward Kelso. All of a sudden was telling. All of the great jokes, and had all of the great one liners, and so that's just my. To sound I gotTa tell you. You're only reason that I agreed to come on and do this with you. Guys was the hopes it. You would say some wonderful Bush like that. Nobody. Nobody talked. We can't beat that. We can't eat. That's how you to show. Thank you. Banks counts out by. His. About a budget, doctors and nurses. Natural. Off! OPS! Why is it that we assume that technology and the Internet is just for White Dudes? 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EP358: Wife Swap, Dirty Dancing, & Freezer Burn

The Brain Candy Podcast

57:11 min | 1 year ago

EP358: Wife Swap, Dirty Dancing, & Freezer Burn

"Four four four I'm sorry three fifty eight okay. I was like Whoa that yeah sorry. Sorry sorry three fifty eight. Yes we are here. Welcome to the show are we're here with the same question. Oh yes I was thinking about this because I was remembering. Bring what it was like to be in your shoes of newly single after being married and high heel shoes now oh oh do you have waves of loneliness or are you just like whatever freedom you know. I don't have waves of loneliness. Wow that's amazing. I'm I'm doing pretty good. I can't I'm trying to think of when I felt a little bit it. I mean sometimes the just everything that's involved in getting divorced that heavy but that's just what you know part of it and I know it's going to be tough and I'm GONNA go through. It and it's going to be fine and you know it's like. I can't not have all that like this is how you do it. You WanNa get divorced. You gotTa do this stuff. I was talking about how I didn't even like the. I'm not on facebook anymore but at the time I was very active on facebook and I hated how how many people were friends with both of us. I know you can't expect people to sort of pick a friend and I'll wrap but it's still just irk. It's still to this day. IRKS works me just like why are they follow. It is tough all right all right. I think some people just don't ever go like it's kind of the same thing as we were talking about last week about how they are dying for you to sign up for the mailing list of anything because most people don't subscribe Yeah Yeah. That's the the effort on to like unfriendly like there are very few people that I've yeah good point unless I'm like Oh. That's too painful to see but it's it's just this sort of thing that when you're going through a breakup sometimes you think oh. I don't like that well. I will say sometimes I do feel lonely when you know there are like you know events or parties or stuff like that like I just don't hear about or know about that. Normally I would have been invited to yeah. I was like oh well. I guess that's you know yeah. That's just okay not going to those parties anymore. I guess and that's fine because I got you know. I got my own little yeah your own tribe my tribe we have to get the update on those baseball players. Oh my Gosh Oh sues I've been unlike dying. I can't even believe it so okay. Where do I even start won? The last episode we talked about how your brother said there was story about these two baseball players who swapped families and lives and it sounds like not true okay so not only is it true but it was like all over the news at the time there and it was in one thousand nine hundred seventy three. They were to Yankee pitchers. That's the crazy part of both the same position yeah. It's really weird okay so their names are Frank Fritz Peterson and Mike Kaik K. e. k. h. King nyc something like that that so yes so they called a press conference one day and announced that they were trading families including wives children and pets and they kept arguing like don't make anything sorted out of this guy. You know. This isn't a sex thing we we didn't swap wives. We swapped lives and wow yeah so I kept reading about. It and I kept like you know the the sad sad thing is at nine minutes not sad but the the unfortunate thing is I think journalists at the time just didn't have the understanding of what I mean. The mental health field did not have the understanding of what could be going on here ending well after I'm reading the stories so there's there's one one of the guys I think it's Fritz so he marries he marries this woman and they end up like madly in love so it seems like two of them really did have oh like they're still married. My God there's still alive. Yes okay yeah they've been married for. Oh my God something like crazy something like forty five years they fell in love and they decided they wanted this situation and then had to convince the other to do. I think that's I yes. I think that that is kind of in a way like what happened because it seemed kind of like yeah her name's Suzanne and that was was like this the other guy's wife and they swap and the it seemed like you know the the guy who had a successful marriage he says says you know both of us. Were looking like we had like by all standards we had good marriages but we were looking for something great and the only way I would I believe right and the only way I would leave my family would be if it were like Earth shattering like this this you know amazing love not how things would would it once yeah but I think that he may be was a narcissist who convinced this whole they need to go down because the other guy they could never work it out like him and him and her name was Maryland Fritz Maryland they they it could never work it out and they got divorced like they filed for separation and they had to live separately for like a year before they could file like a no. you know whatever whatever it's called no contest divorce or whatever I can't remember it's called Lynn no fault divorce no-fault yeah and it just it seems like and then their baseball careers went downhill to after that it just like totally destroyed so that's another story. The hell happened to kids. Well okay so one of them had two daughters and the two daughters like couldn't really understand what was going on and kind of like lost connection into their dad and he said he chose. He's the one that where everything worked like his relationship with the wife worked and he's like sacrifices relationships with his daughters for that that and the other guy they swapped like one child but not the other because the other one was like no I want to be with mom and then the one of the and then the the couple that it was like really in love they wanted to move they moved to some other house and and then the the other guy followed him because he's like. I want to be next to my kids so it sounds like like that guy was pulling all the strings right and I want somebody to really like I feel this guy's like a narcissist who had all of them like convinced at this is the right thing to do but it's really just benefit him. Yeah he was real persuasive. Yeah and people started wondering because the wife of one of the of the Mike of Mike stopped showing up no the the wife of the other one the one who she ended up leaving. I know Oh yeah it's so yes it's real even when I was reading it like who she people were noticing that she started showing up to baseball games in a different wig like she always blonde wig that like her husband liked and then she started showing up in a different one people were like what's that going about and she was wearing it for the other guy and and then it became this whole thing where the wives were competing to try to get the other one's attention it was really bizarre and I I think it say oh my God and the wives like refused to comment and you know an interview yeah. It seems like you know when you first told me about it. It's it was just inconceivable but then the more I think about it. I remember and I think this is not unusual where you find out your partner cheating and like you get a divorce and the the cheating couple gets married yeah and then the B trade partner ends up hooking up with the other person's like Shania Twain Day when Mutt Lang left her for his new woman and Shannon ended up marrying the new woman's ex-husband all okay so it's not do more extreme yeah but like even matt example is the only thing that's extreme about that is the only thing that's different is that they got a divorce. I will afterwards yeah yeah and a lot of times when be trade and then the other person that's been betrayed. You can bond mutual pain. Oh my God that is what I'm trying really hard not to like in in being like fresh out of a divorce. I don't want to be paired up with somebody who we only connect on like talking about bashing out race or like you know what we deserve or what we've had. It happens quite a bit yeah. I was just watching this. this this little video clip on a great this great like guy on instagram following his accounts called create the love and he says he's really good. I think I don't know if he's therapist but he says I'll therapy stuff and he's talking about what happens. Went how some people come in our lives at a certain time for certain reasons and that you have to understand the the the what brought you together and you have to be okay with like when that so if if somebody comes to you and and you start dating somebody who's recently gone through a break-up and you're able to give them like to see them in a way that there are there are the person didn't and you're able they give them compassion and love and and help heal them in a way that your role in their life was like to help heal them and you can expect that to translate into the kind of love where you're both going to be like supporting each other in some maybe yes but most of the time no were you because one person is it's really the needs of one person over the needs of the other and it's and then you become the helper for the wrong reasons like you fall into the role of like Oh. I'm the you know I tend to do that. Were like Oh. 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I twenty five us in our code user. Yes so that's a good deal for that. That story's crazy. I'm so glad you brother brought to our plan. Yeah and I have the photo. I'll put this in the news article for Scherer because I'm like it's so hard to keep all the name straighten all the players. They need a chart. They real well. It's so funny you say that because one of the pictures has a chart. It's like this one went to this one did this. That's so funny. You say that the article has like that's really great yeah man because it's hard to keep those things straight. It's like a soap opera yeah. Oh my God it totally is like real life Telenovela. I've I read this article about a woman who who caught her fiancee's cheating. Did we talk about the already where they were getting married and she found out that he was. I think I did and she's been on the cheating tax at the White House ball last of that. Did we decide if we would or wouldn't do that. I wouldn't wouldn't but I would really love to be at the wedding that was it. Yes correct. Don't want to be the one doing it because that could petty but how God add what would you do to an I don't know if I said this on there before but I went to a wedding once where the woman found and out that she that her husband was cheating on her on their honeymoon. Um Man I mean talk about a day late and it's like you couldn't found out forty eight hours and it was with a woman that he had gone to elementary school with and knew his whole life the best friends wedding or something yeah Oh yeah but like okay if you're married and you succumb come to temptation or you're unhappy in your marriage but you don't want to get a divorce like that's how I imagine a lot of cheating happens but why if you're cheating being before you get married. Are you still getting married right run for the hills or you know I do like I hear from from from well. No it's more like before. They have a kid but yeah yeah. It's really it's like where there's a little bit of an acting out I hear hear from a lot of my friends and so they're married and they don't have a kid in it. Person Cheats or what will then they. They're married. They don't have a kid yet but then the woman women gets pregnant and it's like right here okay. She's GonNa and there's like this panic that maybe they like like they have that night where they like. Go Out and get you know drink away to much and come back at two o'clock in the morning or whatever or they may then they do something like you find out they. Maybe had an affair or something like that like. I think that there can be a little bit of this anxiety that I think is is it can be played out in in kind of like negative ways by I just anecdotally. I don't think it ever is going to end well if you're cheating and then still get married like that's never going to be like oh now a changed person then is it ever I mean you're clear I kind of I do kind of have this once a cheater always a cheater kind of like like they have the potential to do it. Yeah you know like I will probably say I've never done that never cheat yeah. I know you're not a cheater. That's I can't do it like Oh. Oh my God. I can't even all not even I felt guilty like looking at which is silly. I shouldn't think like that but I just ah yeah I couldn't do it and wouldn't want to and so I don't think I ever would and so I think somebody who has gone there like it gets easier easier to kind of go there. Yeah I guess so but I don't know I'm good and ready can change. That's my problem. I stay too long when I need to have gone a long time time ago and that's when I act out because I'm just like get me yeah yeah you do things like maybe they'll be self sabotage. That's much more common okay but you what you do is much more but yeah you know. I've only broken up with have one too. I guess they have broken up a lot of people yeah but they're like clear reason sometimes will date a lot longer. Now you know people get married so much which later right even before like when like you know when I was younger and like night even thinking about marriage but like just to get in the practice of dumping somebody ooh that's hard to doing God. I can't do it. It did it there was yeah and because I often the people that I broke up with. I saw good there. Were things that I really liked about with them. They're just not the person that I wanna like hang out with for forever yeah. It's like the member that book. He's just not that into you. That was so popular yeah yeah I mean that's a tough call to swallow because women especially are just like why doesn't he loved me and that guy just being like he's just not that into you was revolutionary revolutionary because we just can't accept that that could be true right. Have you seen me. I'm adorable added wanted me to tell you by the way he wanted joining me to discuss that. I've watched another eighties film that I hadn't seen before. Oh tell me dirty dancing. What are you eh I mean it was really isn't that such a good one yeah and I I said to him? I cannot believe that I went thirty thirty years without anyone spoiling the abortion subplot Oh right I that was even and thing and yes yes yes yes. There is a lot to that film that I didn't expect. I didn't think it was rape. It's so it's so good and come on that dance like that is so sexy D- Are you into Patrick swayze well. I wasn't until I saw that and so I saw house tipped move and I was like Damn really my that guy knows how to bang. Oh for sure oh for sure. He is making sure you get yours. Two hundred well look at that the way he grabs those hips police and he's all strong lifting up her up in the air like that when I got look I'm Mike Got Marbles in my mouth. I'm getting so excited. So are you referring to the character or patrick the Johnny Castle or Patrick Swayze. You know it's gotta be it's gotTa be Patrick swayze because I also saw road was roadhouse. I saw roadhouse recently and I was like Damn Yeah. He's handsome. My husband has a mail man crush on him big time. Oh we'll see in your husband and I are so similar of course the same taste in men too I mean I think he's handsome and of course he can move but rip you're not into it yeah like it's a little too feminine imminent for me Dancing Terrible. Is it yeah Oh. I don't think so oh my God. I'm like yeah like I get it. I they definitely know what you're talking about. I know what you're talking about with him though and I think what it is is it's a theatrical dance yeah. It's like like a Broadway yes he. He was and remains classically yeah yeah and you can see that and he's got like the whole moves and Yeah Yeah Oh my God. I'm like totally just staring at the ceiling going somewhere. My susie start laughing because like basically her wardrobe before she was cool. Is what would I wear in rural folk. It really is like I which is weird because I also never knew that it. It's it's an eighties movie but it's set in the sixties and I never knew that because her entire wardrobe is not reflective of that time period SOM- Dhamma dresses but yeah you're right it does kind of it is that's true feels modern in term. It does feel like that yeah. It's only the hints with the with the other characters yes yeah yeah. What's her face interest? What did baby baby baby yeah? That is ridiculous that part. 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Get started preserving having your past super easy you just put them in a box and send them to them and and they send you back okay dirty dancing checked that shock check update on baseball players check. Yes okay now now now what I wanted to I was reading this article about how we always talk about the inequality of men and women's workload workload in the invisible Labor that so many women that old subject yeah there's there was unfamiliar daddy that was done that said that that time inequality was also present for teen boys and girls what Im- what the time inequality yeah. I like the amount of time you put hours Labor. Oh for free can sure it is and this percent par to that right. There is an allowance pay gap okay. I can see this and they're paying. Oh my God sues you're so right. Let's also think about the chores that the that you know boys stereotypically do that are like mowing the lawn outside Labor stuff and then babysitting the the girls do babysitters even though that's way you should be getting paid five times as much because for Christ's sake you're keeping something alive live right and they definitely get paid less and those other get paid more. I remember this yeah and Oh my gosh okay. I'm I'm actually like I have a whole. I'm Mike My Brain is going a million places so I'm thinking about my mom and what she did when we were growing up and she would pay me no joke twenty five cents an hour to babysit like she was like put me out to her friends like Jerry Basis. I'm not kidding. There was was a friend of hers that I BABYSAT her children and she paid me twenty five and my mom I think my mom said as a joke but because she was like you don't need to pay don't pay to my mom was like don't worry she'll do it pro bowl magnum. Oh terrible you're a terrible agent and so then my mom would never like she would tell my boss Mike my my boy she would tell my brother's like Oh. I'll give you five bucks to mow the want that it's the chore that she doesn't Want to do that and her her head I. That's something that I don't really like doing but I watched kids kids and that's no problem so there's she's in her mind. Devalued it. Oh Dude. I believe that there's a teens. This is totally of course there is. Do you think that also it's in addition to perhaps it being about what the job is and how badly the maybe the mom doesn't I want to do it but also the sense that well boys have to pay for dates or that's what I was thinking too yeah. I was thinking Matt like once. They're past a certain age like people this because you're going out on a because that's always the argument about why men make more work as they're seen as providers providers whereas women's income is seen as just sort of an additional complement the main income of the family yeah. There's a great new movie that Mindy Kaeling produced. It's on Netflix or no it's on Amazon and it's about aw it's about a woman who's a a talk night nighttime. Talk show host eight nine is a call yes late night. It's good and there's one scene where one of her writers comes to her and says so my wife just had a baby and you you know I could really use the extra money and so I'd I'd really like a raise and she goes into this whole thing about what you see what you're doing here right. Now is exactly why we have the you know income inequality quality gap because you're asking for a raise for the same reason that most women get fired and Blah Blah Blah and goes in this whole thing and she ends up like firing him and it's but the scene is so great and it's it's I mean the movie it was really it was good. I liked it a lot. Yeah that's shut out to that movie and Mindy Ceylan for putting out. Yes we are yeah. That really bugs me. So if you have kids just keep in mind when you're paying their little whatever yeah I can't wait to make Chore Chart. I says Oh excited I do. I can't wait till for like disciplinary things like that. It's going to be like how you got a dog that went out the window but it didn't well. You Said said that I'm not saying it about you. I think you're great dunk mom but early I sing men member. Oh God he's impossible all the wrong. Something's coming out and I get if I get a child like Sigmund. Then all bets are off yet. You're right that's. That's that you're right. You're right and I'm. I'm just GonNa like here's an IPAD. That's what I'm going to be my parenting Strachey 'cause like forget it but go train and like she wants to learn and she does everything everything and so like when she had she had a little accident and not an accident she thinks she did intentionally and I had to scold her and I fall through with my discipline when when I know that it's GonNa work when it's effective did not find what was effective with the wind right so nothing was effective chore Charts Parts. I mean you're wasting your time if you kill rights if I don't have a show that's totally true. What a good point I'm going to have to? I just hope that I get a child who knows what a fall in line with tortored tort praying for over here. You want another Sarah Yeah Count Again I get that God and you know my mom didn't give us a Chore Chart Growing Up and I was like I wanted more than anything. I'm like please guide judge me and rate might my behavior with with stars stars and please give me one phrase all I want and I'm like yeah and then I all I want that and I wanted to go to a private school where he got to wear a uniform so so bad. I'm like what kid wants that. That's exactly that is what I wanted. Yeah I mean my nothing was expected of me. I had no chores I and I don't know how became industrious and hardworking because I was not required to do anything but oh so the older children in your family like given the responsibility of like really it was like okay now. They were doing the chores. I think she was like you're saying where you're like. forget it. I'll just do it. Oh Gosh I mean occasionally. She might say oh sweep up the kitchen or something but there was. There's nothing like Rene Babysit you. You guys were just like it was just a anarchy. Was I think you know when you're poor and you have a ton the kids it is just survival okay yeah. There's still have friends and it's one word yeah but I mean I'm. I'm grateful that somehow I picked up not to be lazy. Maybe from watching my mom buster ass or I think it was a matter of like you. There's no other option house with eight. It's like so I think about when when we went on that camping trip in the airstream and it's two people and two dogs in twenty two space a small space and I had to be so organized and so like every single thing had to go back you couldn't have anything out could have a lot of personal items so it made you kind of like clean up after yourself and do that because it's like you have to stuff's going to get like lost in the mix. Your you know your favorite Smiley Face Zipper coin purse is GonNa accidentally thrown away or something like that you have to like be crea- create like order and structure for yourself so that's probably maybe why you gravitate Abbott towards that or liked that yeah maybe maybe who knows now applying that hardworking spirit to using open fit and getting my button gear here by the way I somebody put under a picture of me knew that we both need to eat a sandwich which by the way thank you for saying but also I love sandwiches at Burger for dinner last year eating lots of sandwiches. We're just also working out. I'm trying to say strong and you know Oh keep our bodies moving falls coming at such busy time of year but you can get some change and get into a little routine. 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Yes sometimes I get in a workout right like I do the same thing over and over and it's super important and good to mix it up up and you know work out different all that stuff so there you go yeah. I read an article about these people in San Advert Cisco that you know it's so expensive to live there and imagine homelessness and things like that are real problem because no one can afford housing using in San Francisco but it was just having this conversation I mean we think it's bad here but it is worse there and they there's certain people are going into the neighborhoods where like the tech bro Billionaires live like Zuckerberg and they're just going through their trash and living off the trash Asha Billionaires God which I guess is one way to do it. Yeah I mean not the worst idea but just such I WANNA do is I want to go to all the goodwill and salvation army's up. Oh can you imagine God because they're all local stuff lou. That'd be good. That's almost worth a trip up there sous. What are we doing Roads Road trip to SF? Have you ever gone through. Someone's garbage never in a million years like maybe my own wants to find a retainer Hainer that I accidentally threw away or something. Hey right like no in fact you know why because what is the thing that I hate the most suzy hurry and also mysterious witness correct and both of those things you can find trash cans. Sorry Susie Susie is hilarious. That was the best like what what does the Justin Timberlake Jimmy Fallon best friend game. We just crushed it right there. This is why you and I are the best canary or the best ever at any of those things because we are. You know you know it's so finish my sentences when we played that game for our patriotic where the newlywed game that was my favorite you answer what my biggest fear was and you just said buried alive which it absolutely is and that's the same thing and maybe laugh that you know Oh that Yup yup but then like but but there was the funniest part about that was like I I know like my biggest fear and I was like don't know Lali real fear like not like fear failure vote which was like and I had written failure so because I knew exactly where God that's so funny working people find that video that's unpatriotic dot com bring by the way we've done a whole revamping of our he's jokes cited. It's going to be the best people this is. We're bringing you. It's really like really cool. Amazing content people kept email. I'm just like going into this Suzanne running over everything but so I've been getting e mails I love being able to work with clients in California and it's so great that listeners have been contacted me and and reaching out for therapy and I'm so excited to start working with you guys but there are a lot of people who live in other states or maybe people who aren't ready to sit down and have a whole session or really like dive deep into it but maybe have a question they want answered and also you know we've got like two smart smart brains over here and we've like you know dealt with a lot of shit in our life yeah good bad and others and you know it's it's like we want to share air with you. The things that have helped us and answer all your questions and you know put these frigging like letters behind my name and suzy's named good use and and so we're doing like a what would you call. Oh what are we calling it reality check. QNA sort of weekly or or periodic the videos for you guys. I think it's such a great way like the idea so good because we're GonNa you know if you if you want advice like we joke about like are are you going to cut bangs. We'll weigh in and I just also love if we have guests on from reality TV that we're getting deep and talking about things that matter and the things that they use to cope and do their life and start businesses or whatever it's just so much more substantive than the elevator pitch than I am. I just get so excited. I'm like we're going to give you so much fun. We're GONNA talk and you're GonNa be there and I'm like here's what's really true and I just think this is a great way for audience to enjoy the expertise and whatever approach that we have to advice it also you know we wanna talk about pop culture and Beer reverent and talk about reality TV but we needed more substance. Yes an enviable to like connect connect with you guys in a really deep way and turn our you know those like live Kuna kind of challenge content stuff. We're doing what that ended up being a lot of us just talking talking about these things anyway yeah yes. Let's like dig in and dive dive in and really like connect didn't feel like a community and it feels really good. I mean there's so so many benefits to that yeah so go to Patriot Dot com slash brain candy to check it out see if if you WANNA sign up for one of the tiers so I look connecting with our little brainiac community too I just get so much out of it well. I was reading this article about how I mean what we have with Patriot and our brainiacs is similar to what a lot of people are getting out of like facebook groups you know I think a lot of people have moved away from the way they used to use facebook but now they're into these private groups where like even our brainiac emily only who was on jeopardy jeopardy women's group any woman that's been on jeopardy is allowed to be in this group that's cool and so they have a community and they probably we have a lot of shared interests and God. Yes I just think that's cool and it's almost like what you would get out of church. Yeah feeling like give a group and I think we have that with our brainiacs Ab Salah Amen Halley Lou yes that is so true but but it makes people feel seen and I think that that can be a problem with social media is sometimes we just feel own and it's nice to find a little we'll spot in the ether where you like okay. These people know me. 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Okay next topic did we oh there was a great article in the New York Times Times talking about how I think the title was why don't women have comebacks like Tiger Woods. Oh like basically making the argument that we're not permitted like if we fuck up and we oh totally aren't doing bags there is there's no like comeback story and totally trial would have to agree with that yeah. I'm trying to think of any buddy who know we like and they used athletes as the example there. I don't know if I don't WanNA say Steffi Graf. I think I have the name wrong. There was a female female tennis player that was I think doing drugs and getting into trouble and it just ended her career. She lost all of her sponsors and all that and it was just the end end of the story whereas with Tiger I mean he might have lost a few things but he was in no way suffering due to his crazy meltdown right yeah that does I was just watching Oh my God I love this show every year when it comes out training camp it's like a on HBO or it's called hard knocks. I think no training camp I can't remember but no it's called hard knocks training camp with the Oakland raiders that's what's called and so every year ear they take a a foot. NFL team and they like showcase like you know like go in depth with the players in their training camp right before and there was one player for the Oakland Raiders who like had a problem with drugs and now he's like crushing it and he's like the whole Comeback Story and the reason why I loved watching the show I wanted to hear about his comeback story and why like I was super into it and I wonder or if you know if I would even have the same reaction if it were a female like I want to say that I would but I don't know I think I'm on it. Why are we so much? Were like more critical and harsh and then like labor like that. That's it well. It seems to me that the standards are higher regardless of for women that were expect aw Ah yes so to do that stuff to begin with was life correct. Oh totally so I'm higher about second chances but yeah totally different you're right. I don't know it just feels like we're so forgiving and we love to hear the Oh they're doing. They've got their act together but with women. It's always like she's unhinged. It's kind of like that debate. We were doing about Is there anyone that's had a meltdown Allah Charlie Sheen who then was it similar. It's like yeah talkback trumble I keep thinking Roseanne like that POPs in my head and how she didn't like she had a few of those and and never like her yeah her kept getting worse and worse yeah and even when she was they had the revival and she was on it. It's still felt like this is going to implode and dead yeah sure or did so unknown ended up but I like hearing things like that because it makes you more aware of the way that you think about women who had for example Lindsay Lohan I'm. I'm not ruling honest. I know that's what I'm that is what I was saying with football player like I'm like I'm not I'm not I. I don't know why I'm not rooting for her either. Even though I oh God I wish you know I wish I were and I would like it. Helps Identify your own blind spots. When you read stuff like that and you're like yeah I kind of? I'm not rooting for her to have combat it right every time she tries something. I'm like Oh boy maybe because it seems like she's however however Brittany true. I am ready for Britney but I don't think that story's going to get any better me either. Oh God what do you think it's because she's not bright. Oh 'cause I mean she. Does Kinda see I well. It seems like she's yeah. It's the it's the lights aren't on there. No I agree that the conflict the and I wonder if that's what happens when you kind of are in weird maturation like stunted and yeah and you weren't and then you know I mean I did commercials for like a minute. When I was younger I have some really funny headshots and outdoor? I'll post them and and I remember being on set and having you know because you have to go to school onset and they of teachers there they they didn't teach me a fricken thing and they didn't see it was like here do this worksheet and they were so easy and I just can't imagine her getting the kind of education that is the equivalent to even just the socialization that even like somebody who has home schools they still have like a lot of those events and activities and like you know yeah I mean it sir. Yes be okay yeah correct yeah but when there's dysfunction and things are good needs some. I'm help sometimes my mom she's like I just watched this talking about Marilyn Monroe and she reminds me of you and I'm like Oh thank God. That's not what you WANNA hear. I'm thinking like what do you mean like. She's so pretty. She's like she's like was never happy. Oh I knew she was like Oh God. No Suzy listen to her. I mean it's it's true though I am. I'm always a restless that restlessness is their motivation towards like channel for. It's a good thing I guess yes. We can like when you were a kid when you were so happy and I'm like well. Maybe that was the weird part yeah. Maybe it's not weird to feel that way as an adult when you realize realized oh the world's on fire you know what I mean like that was ignorant that was joyful but it was ignorant yeah and now oh my God yeah good thing you can be a little bit like that in childhood but yeah saying I mean even I am like a pretty happy optimistic optimistic person and understand that I can come off as annoying I alerted to excited like on the ride to Disneyland and I get it. I gotta like there's nobody likes that outlook home down enough how we used to have that theory and we still do frankly. We just don't discuss it about how what's inside. Your microwave is totally embolic of your life hundred percent. I think that you could also make the argument that your freezer is one litmus test correct correct correct correct. There was like a really cute piece about it on medium it was just talking about kind of that idea like what's in your freezer and I thought yeah because depending on your life there can be some real weird and old and gross things in there or real healthy and yummy things. What's in your fridge freezer? I mean it's clean gene and organized and you know just the normal stuff. I guess only weird thing is like an ice cube tray. That's like I think it's like star wars or something. That's let's go you know what Susie always has people multiple flavors of ice cream. Oh Hell yeah like not just one. You've over there inches yeah and she's like. Would you like mentorship chocolate chip or double fudge. Yes and I'm MC. I can't even decide yeah. You really had trouble choosing I did because I have never had that option in in in and you know here's something I've learned from you okay but that is that went against what I thought would be the right way to do things yeah so I thought for forever ever that if I just keep all of the stuff like the little delicious treats that I like out of my house yeah that I will be healthier and better and I work. Yes totally but I'm already well but like I'm not eating like step one then don't eat crap like we're talking like I you know I'm already nodding and crap like the good stuff but I won't have ice cream uh-huh like that little extra thing and or even like Ritz crackers because I'm like I can't control myself all eat the whole sleeve. What I've learned learned is that when I do have it there I eat less like I when I shot right when I have like three different kinds of ice cream and they're they're all like have a little bit and you know yeah I mean that's how I do it and I think it works also with my son because he doesn't think anything is like off off-limits Candy Joe God that's totally it? That is one hundred percent. Nothing's off limits Susie yes yeah and then I think it does is how train your body just listen to your body like appear in the mood for something sweet. Mike have something sweet. You're so it so the right way to be eating. 'cause I just had a really weird relationship with food growing up the as my like my mom didn't have good eating like she wasn't consistent with her eating habits and she would just like not I eat all day and then like eat at night and stuff and I just didn't pick and then she would like to say no but Kennedy like she didn't have anything like that in the house and then my brother or like had just he would just go nuts he was real sensitive to sugar and everything and you know he just had. Adhd in the doctors told him that he was allergic to chocolate from what I've observed amongst people it does feel like they Pepsi Cola is sort of just normal human cravings for certain things and so they'll abstain and then all of a sudden they can't take it anymore. That's me and then they have like too much. That is totally me. That's good and it'd be like I'll go crazy and like I realized that the first night I told you this I spend the night at your house and then I like had multiple trips to the Pantry for your jar of Eminem's and after the first night I was like well. I don't WanNa do that anymore. I had like I had like Oh deed on it and I was like Nah. I'm good right and I know it's there and I don't have to have it but it was like the first time like kind of like go to spend the night at friends houses and they have the sugary cereal with of that and I was like Oh my God. Yes remember how I told you growing up my best friend. Lia had her family owned chocolate factory. Oh my God and I mean come over over to her house. I I am in camelot. This is amazing. You are right. It's magical. What's in your freezer right now anything? Can you hear my God. This is funny yeah so in my freezer well first of all I was mad because like they didn't do a good job cleaning properly before row row and I'm like protesting. I'm they're coming like this week to come clean the house will take me on the weekend whatever so I- having somebody like like common like clean it all but I don't even want to put any of my food in there because it still feels like it's got the old apartment people's like stuff on it yeah so the only thing that I have in there. This is real funny. I have a box of traderjoes hashbrowns that I liked included my brothers and my breakfast Burrito. I have a one thing of ice cream. That's almost all all the way out. It's like the good ice cream like July. Not Even my God like I want that. Oh my God it's so good. Get the double chocolate. It's amazing and then in the ice tray is a rose courts face roller. Wow you get it like just like it at like a also beauty or whatever those rollers I noticed a huge huge difference when I use it and like reduced puffy. This is not an ad this is easing and I just keep it in the freezer because when it's cool role that under your eyes and like around around yeah draw it's kind of like you know when you go get like a massage and you can feel the knots in your back when they use them. When when I roll it over my face I can feel oh like the not in my jaw in in the muscles around my face and then I wrote over and breaks it all up and I just feel like I'll glossier? It'll be a health the food though no that is sometimes when you put in the freezer could take maybe if I had a bunch of stuff in there but yeah I was in my fridge before before I moved yeah holy crap stocked up so much stuff we never ate and then like lands Mama always coming and I loved her for this but we never ate it. I love the the thought thank you. She would always was bring up. Bring over soup. Oh so we had like four days of soup going on soup and I will be great our your listeners to take a picture of the freezer and tag me in. I'm dying to know what's in there. It's so weird. I'm become obsessed with this yeah well. I feel like I should like clean out my freezer razer and then take a picture of what's in there because it's like I couldn't. I don't want anybody to see with the dirt the other I just moved in and I was like this. It's not acceptable for me so your dishwasher take a picture of your tag in it then subscribe and leave a five star review do all those things and then we'll take a picture of your freezer. Yeah I will definitely photo. Were like worthy yeah. I'm sure there are some black warns the Giselle of trader photos so good great yeah everyone has going on in there and we'll see you next time people. This podcast is brought to you by we podcast networks check out all of our shows including the brain candy podcast. I don't get it coffee combos and let's talk

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Updates From RHOP, VPR, Below Deck Med, The Song WAP, The Saved By The Bell & Clueless Reboots And More

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Updates From RHOP, VPR, Below Deck Med, The Song WAP, The Saved By The Bell & Clueless Reboots And More

"Jonathan Nov places. I. Go. I am Luther Baker taste of. DOT, com gossip Guru self-proclaimed fan girl and pop culture enthusiasts with a sweet spot for nostalgia. You're listening to his entertainment a podcast, all about the greatest reality TV and pop culture happenings from today yesterday and tomorrow. Welcome to the fanny pack. In the words of Bethany Frankel, it's time to mention it all without further ado for this week in reality TV and celebrity news. We had some bird drama last week and with the real housewives of Potomac Parrot to Challah Samuels the official bird of Monique in Chris Samuels home to Challah was missing as of Sunday. Monique. Had A rough episode. Sunday night didn't live tweet through the episode as she usually does she did have a social media post earlier in the day she went on instagram live after bird went missing. She was very upset. She was crying she was begging people to go out and look for the bird her family and friends went around putting up flyers to get the bird back long. Story short the bird flew home on Monday morning. So what a relief I mean obviously monique loves that bird I mean, hello, she's gone out over way to potty train this parrot. That's love. But to think that those three little beautiful children, there's would all of a sudden not have a pet bird that was more than I could handle mean twenty twenty how to throw us a bone. Thank goodness that bird is back I have to say though it was super convenient that the bird flu away right before Monique had that rough episode because what did she call cherise the wall Because she called. Cherise came and you know she's been spreading some rumors about monique and her trainer being a little too chummy. So it was good I guess for Monique that Kinda got buried with the news of her bird being missing and then found but she's a really good person and I feel that good things happen to good people and I'm just so glad the bird is back somebody else who's back is Cardi B. and Meghan stallion or excuse me Meghan the stallion because it's got to ease like it's like Shakespearean. Waller talking about Shakespeare Much Shakespeare wrote King Lear wile in a pandemic. Here we are. We're mid pandemic. We don't have king lear, but we have walked or is it web like walk sounds better? Actually that's an offensive word I think that's like a racist term. So clearly that's not what I mean I'm using the. W. A. P.. So is it? Wow, because it's for wet as. P.. USS. Why I'm just going to have to start saying this word because otherwise this is going to get really awkward. So Pussy Pussy Pussy Pussy feels like that. Movie serial mom with Kathleen, Turner That movie is so good. If you guys like a black comedy, it's John Waters. If you've never seen serial mom go watch it later and how tight pussy willow but I'm just going to have to start saying Pussy Berisha's. So the song wet US policy is everywhere and it took me back. I have to say I was definitely taken aback by the song what has pussy but it did take me a second and once I, realized that it was a celebration of the woman's body. And how many songs do I have to listen to their about getting Dick's like wet and serviced? It's actually nice to hear about women getting off there. I said it. So if you listen to this podcast, often you know that I'm a feminist I am always looking to help women in his gender battle not to become better than men, but just to be treated equally league getting fair pay that would be a good start but. I've been reading some articles after I. Didn't like. WOP WOP. I'm just going to say wet pussy. I didn't like what ask Pussy yet verse Lake The lyrics are so graphic like I just don't like graphically sexually graphic things in the first place like I just I don't really care to listen to that I don't listen to store. That's just not my thing but whatever you know it's all good. But like if we're GONNA have all. These like men sex songs, it's about time that we show some female sexuality in a very positive way. So I did some digging on the song and Holy Shit Pupil are so pissed Oh my God conservative America is in an uproar and I love this headline from the Guardian. It says, the WAP uproar shows conservatives are fine with female sexuality as long as men control it. Clearly. This article was written by a woman. I, thought it was really important to inform everybody that a lot of conservatives who dismissed the person who lives in the White House they're pussy grabbing comments. Are the ones having the hardest time dealing with wet ass pussy these women celebrating their honestly it's a celebration of like basic lake. Oregon working. It's like saying, Hey, my blood's flowing or my heart's beating like it's a good thing to have a wap. In if you don't, there's medicine for that that we don't talk about, but we talk about. Men taunts all the time constantly on TV you're seeing ads for erectile dysfunction and how to get it up. Oh my gosh. So I think it's really important to get a balanced. And for me, that means getting news from different sources different perspective. So I'LL WATCH MSNBC CNN and Fox News BBC America I just like to kind of keep everything in rotation to get all the different sides. One thing that is shocking is on Fox, news and I don't see any other news stations but Fox News constantly, how's commercials for erectile dysfunction medications? Lake? Isn't that crazy like that's for pleasure. Meanwhile, women can't have access to healthcare for our VAGINAS, which is why the song wet ass pussy is so important. So. Honestly, it took me several times listening to the song reading the lyrics and watching the video to really understand that it is a video in a song about women's fantasies. So before we get into some of the commentary, which is just hilarious like to read some of the lyrics. Personally my favorite part of the song is the loop in the background of that some holes in this house there's some holes in this house. There's some holes in this house like that is literally in the background of the entire. Song. Style. Reminiscent of the rolling stones with a WHO WHO WHO and they're singing a WHO and that's like a vagina. So it's full circle, right? Totally the same thing. So we've got some hoes in this house that some holes in this house, and then when we get into the lyrics and Cardi B. Come in saying that she's a certified freak seven days a week. Of Bath pro seven days a week. As. mcnabb allow gained bring. You fucking. As, Pussy bring up. I can. Try that again? A bucket and a mop for this pussy. Give me everything you got for this sweat as Pussy. person in the world here. So this line really hit home for me. I don't Cook I. Don't clean. Let me tell you I. got this. So funny. Honestly I love Bodak yellow like that is the song. Obviously it's the song that made Cardi B. S. star but I love that song in fact, I love that entire album like that album. What does that help him called? God, through your phone is a bang. God. That's a great album anyway. Invasion of privacy took me long enough invasion of privacy. Anyway this song sounds so much league Bodak yellow. Okay. Hold on here some more words. Dhabi's swallow me drip down the side of me. Quick Jump Out Tour Oh four you let it get inside of me Oh that's for before. Quick jump out for you. Let it get inside me. Yeah. I love the yeah. I and I love that that's like female supporting females. I love the other lady just saying yeah in the background. Talk Your Shit, your lip us for car while you ride that Dick? You. Really. Ain't never got a fuck him for that thing. He already made up his mind for he came. Now, get your boots and your coat for this. What Else Pussy? He bought a phone just for pictures of this wet as Pussy so. This is another great lower pay my tuition just to kiss me on. This would ask pussy. I could go on and on. It's about us not being ashamed of our body. Especially, if we have a healthy functioning body I, mean I'm just thinking about the ladies on. Rooney. And you know that Ramona singer would hill for what US Pussy Lake she who's not even been in the same room. We've seen her fifty friends. There's not a wet as pussy in that room except for me maybe Leah McSweeney. But I'm a little off track here and let's get back to the point in the point is just because I like it doesn't mean everybody else. Does I. Love this one I thought. This was funny from Ben Shapiro. Listen Guys I. Fully explained on the show that it's misogynistic question whether graphic descriptions of what s pussy is empowering for women. WAP is obviously an incredibly profound statement of women's empowerment. All Love Susan, b.? Anthony. Oh my God that cracks up, and then he also said, as I also discussed on this show, my only real concern is the women involved who apparently require a bucket a mop, get the medical care. They require my doctor's wife's differential diagnosis, bacterial houses, yeast infection or tricalm Moses. I. Am just so appreciative that they are so concerned about the woman's Vagina because when Women WanNa go to heaven forbid a planned parenthood to care for said, giant these people don't want to care for them. So I am very glad that all of a sudden women's vaginal care is on the high priority of these people James Bradley said. Oh God. This one are you sitting down Okay James P., Bradley, Cardi B., and Meghan. The stallion are what happens when children are raised without God and without a strong falter figure their new quote Song So, Shady. How W. A. P.. And then parentheses which I heard accidentally made me want to pour holy water in my ears and I feel sorry for future girls if this is their role model. Yeah, this clapback. I don't know who wrote this, but it does making the vagina problematic. Especially, a sexually excited vagina is an effective weapon of control says said. Sex Education at school. This is a great point and sex in sex education at school we learn about wet dreams male. Male masturbation but absolutely nothing about female pleasure. Sex. Is something they do to women not with women? So Yep actually. Song about female pleasure is good. So there who? Talk about what else plus the all day but that's not were year for let's go ahead and move on. Let's talk about Tuesday on Tuesday, we got some vendor pump rules news as Brett Willis, he's the guy who was Danika, the manager at Sir you remember when we met her, she had just come back from probation because she had hit her bartender ex boyfriend who propositioned her for threesome while. At Work? Yeah her so Brent Willis, he got a restraining order against Danika and it's crazy because Dan had just gotten a restraining order against him. So they're on again off again all the time and he had gone to her house. I guess when she wasn't there with a pair of scissors and cut up all of her clothes and that just absolutely kills me to hear. So apparently, Danika retaliated. Here's a quote from Brett Denecker, grabbed my neck twice each time digging her nails deep and pulling hard enough to scratch off some skin from my neck. This is my favorite part of this story. Apparently, Brett and Co were watching ninety day fiance and Brett, how dish and he didn't want to clean it until after the show was over and that May. Lose her shit and that's when she grabbed his neck and scratch skin off of his neck. Apparently she drew blood. He said that she was so pissed that she quote. Across her bed to claw my neck and my sure depart. Can I just say that if Vander pump rules comes back which who knows at this point but I love down like I more Danika I want more bread like why did we have that other Brett I don't know if he was the big guy or the little guy because I don't. Care enough about either one of those new people that already fired to know their name. But I know one of them's name was Brett and can I just say this is the Brett I wanna see on TV with. Danika speaking of what I WANNA see on TV. This is tough. I've been getting a lot of messages from friends, text messages, DM's whatever. About the saved by the Bell REBOOT ASCII IF I'm excited and the answer is not really it's not that I don't WanNa be excited. I. Loved the nine. Oh to an last year I. thought it was fantastic. Still very upset. It didn't get picked up again but safeway the goal reboot it's coming to that APP. It's an NBC APP called Peacock the major problem. That I have with it is that there is no lark for he's Lark. Voorhees is the only main cast member to not return with the exception of screech Dustin diamond. But we know he does not have a good relationship with the cast bad mouth them. It does it makes sense that he's not a part of the project the fact that Lark Voorhees Aka Queen Lisa Turtle. Is the only one not invited back and she just happens to be the only black cast member and woman May I add In can I throw in the fact that she has a mental illness? I'm just saying that like maybe if one of the white cast members had a mental illness, they might still have been asked back but Lark wasn't and that doesn't sit well for me and it hasn't sat well with me since the announcement of the saved by the Bell reboot so. I'm not okay with it and me being the trash person that I am as much as I don't want to watch it I probably will because I have no spine but my plan as of now is to ban the reboot. So I'll keep you posted. There was more news coming to peacock I learned that there is going to be a clueless series that focuses on dion and that's also coming to peacock. There's not a whole lot of. Information on it I don't know if it's like dion from nineties leave it picks up just kind of then is it dion now? I have no idea but as a clueless Superfan, I'm here for it well, moving onto Wednesday at this was not a good day for Bravo Kansas dillard basset from the real housewives of Potomac is a trash human I mean we've known she's not like a great excellent person but this is like a new low like I thought it was pretty I mean a new Loewe was her trashing Ashley the day she gave birth to her first baby but this is also really bad. So candice dragged a blogger. On instagram fall it's actually a great follow at the black socialites. She dragged the black socialites for being overweight and. She said that she wanted the black socialites to die. That's what she said because she didn't light some of the things that they said about her but that's not it about candice it also came up that there have been just oodles of these homophobic tweets about guys who act kind of funny together. She said some really really shitty things about the LGBTQ plus community. So can I just say goodbye candice if you listen to the show regularly, you know that I don't believe canceled cultures a real thing even though people talk about council culture all the time I don't think people really stay canceled unless earn prison or die because everybody just seems to come back. So when I say, let's cancel candice I'm not saying forever this girl obviously has a lot of growing and learning to do and. That requires time. So girl needs some time and we will see what happens in the future. But I do WanNa give a quick plug. In, a couple of weeks joining me on the instagram lives I do on Wednesdays is going to be the black socialites breaking down real housewives of Potomac with me. So that's coming up in a couple of weeks. So I'll keep you posted. Also in the news on Wednesday in the Bravo Universe, we heard from Peter Hunziker. It's hard to remember people who are insignificant but he was that guy he's been on below Deck Med. He's the guy who was fired earlier in the season because of a disgusting. Gymnastic just appalling I mean it like this mean he posted was just violet referred back to slavery in just like sex slavery it's just all so so bad. Anyway, Peter has decided to put himself back on social media. He's been back on social media for minute now but after the most recent below deck episode. I'm not a huge below deck person I'll turn Altoona in here and there, but I don't go out of my way to watch it but this episode had so much attention because Hanna. Who's the chiefs do had valium and we'd pen in her possession and her bunk Malia turned her into Captain Sandy. Well, the volume was prescribed and marijuana is legal in Spain where she got it and third who gives a fuck like seriously who gives a fuck? Anyway what does this have to do with Peter? I'll tell you peter apparently really had a good relationship with him because he is trying to stick up for her and. That means at the same time trash malaria. So Went on social media and said something to the effect of you know Hannah has these prescriptions she deals with all this stuff and she hanged herself so well, and then he called out me saying something to the effect. Oh. You know what? Let me go ahead and read it because it is a really good. What he said he said, honestly, let's talk about militias cocaine news off the boat House that any better Hannah has a prescription which she can handle from a licensed doctor emily achieves in her drug time to spend big money on dangerous shit sending it straight to her Boston Captain Brain and Oh We went. It was not a good day for Bravo liberties and Roan in rodents earlier in the week were off both resume shade on the houses of Tomac, one of the ladies called canvas a hamster, which was kind of funny. But then they put a screen, they put shot of Canada's next to a hamster and I fucking died, and now we have Peter referring to me as a rat. He said quote what a rat let's air sweetheart militias drug history out there miss I'm so worried about my ticket, but I'll sniff an eight ball on the weekend. Yep, I've spoken truth hurts. Okay. This is an unpopular opinion. First of all most people are on hand team. Me Is getting a lot of negative feedback I don't watch the show I. Really don't care about these people but can I just say that if is not doing cocaine on the boat like is that anybody's business like I think he's just trying to make a point that like not all drugs are created equal and we shouldn't be throwing stones like I get the point he's trying to make but. Malia if coke when she's not working like that's Kinda her body her business and I'm not really here to comment on that and Hannah, she can do whatever she wants at work because they're prescribed. So he just needs to shut up and actually kind of interested in below deck at this point I might actually go back and. Start bingeing this season because it's been a lot of drama in the higher rated than any of the housewives shows right now. So great for below deck well, on Thursday we got some good news from Chrissy Teigen and John Legend who are expecting baby number three. So congratulations to their growing family. And there was also I thought this was very interesting. There is a quote unquote new theory about the tiger. King. Star. Carol Baskin's missing husband Dan Lewis. So apparently, this theory has been out there for a while, but it's just gotten a lot of media attention again lately apparently around the time of dawn's disappearance, which was in ninety seven. Carole a septic tank put in right around the same time underneath the property, and then also had a bunch of dirt delivered. So the theory is that they're trying to when I say they, this is the part that I love the most. There's this facebook group which Oh my God I as a murdering now is somebody obsessed with true crime I m. so beyond here for this Oh, my God I stand this story. So there is a group of facebook people who've all met online and I don't know if you guys watch that special it was a documentary earlier in the year on Netflix called don't fuck with cats but That started out crimes against Kittens, which was fucking horrible to watch and. This man was like hurting cats posting videos online. So a bunch of people started like doing some like really Nancy drew hardy boys, Detective Work started figuring out wearing the world you know like, Hey, look at the electrical socket in the background of this video that's not America who in the world has these electrical sockets silly. People chiming in like we have these in. Europe we have these in Russia global. Amazing. So fast forward now we're here with tiger king the police have reopened. This case people are talking about people are calling with tips. Now this facebook group has done some real good work I actually joined a facebook group because again, I'm a murderer now and I love this shit and. I wanted to go ahead and read the statement I reached out to the woman who wrote this clapback because I just thought this was so good I had to post it Let me start with Chad Krahn Astir Krona stor whatever he is the Hillsborough County Sheriff and dismissed Carol as a person of interest. He said quote if we get some credible leads will dedicate the entire homicide section and beyond when you talk about a possible homicide or missing persons case that twenty, three years old, there's nothing more important to us than justice to his family. Okay. Well. Shut out to Linda Sue from the facebook group who called Chad the sheriff out of course, his name's fucking Chad like is there like a non douchebag named Chad Lake I'd really late to now anyway, she called out Chad for his lack of diligence and not providing an adequate investigation. Here is what she wrote. I'm just GonNa Skim through some of the highlights. This is good. She did a really good job. Well Chad since interview, you have been sent numerous credible leads including means motive in opportunity you fail to reclassify this case to a homicide and provide a proper investigation. Clearly, you have not done everything possible to solve this case then or now and buy your own public statements. You named Red Flags Feel Don Lewis was murdered, and later in the news verified the away and will were forged perhaps, you should get your facts straight on. When the septic tank was installed the details regarding Carol's brother quote or I'm sorry parentheses officer the Night Carol claims to have gone to Albertsons before giving public interviews that misleading making excuses about this being a complicated case and ignoring questions and concerns that have been posed on the sheriff's Facebook Wall is not acceptable nor is the fact that this group has found more evidence Oh my God i. Love this woman so much is so good. Oh my gosh. Where was Is Not acceptable nor is the fact that this group has found more evidence in a few months? Then your office has in Twenty Three Years Ladies and gentlemen. That is a read. Okay. Here we go. How incredibly messed up is that sheriff Chad chronic stor please respectfully provide the citizens of Florida. Parentheses who vowed to serve an update on this open investigation Bam, Bam Linda sue is my hero lake. Guide people the Internet is an amazing thing. That's the same thing with don't fuck with cats that case would've never been solved without the people in the facebook group. So say what you want people are it's just another conspiracy theory and I get it like ninety percent of consistent conspiracy theories or bullshit, but there is some truth. To some of them and the fact that obviously this Chad guy has to beginning paid off by somebody right like I want to know what kind of car this man drives i WanNa know whereas house is I want to know how many people he has on his staff like I want answers I could talk about this all day but I'm GonNa go ahead and move on to Friday's news because I feel my blood pressure going up. On Friday. We got a new song for Miley Cyrus, which I am absolutely here for and she didn't an interview speaking on a lot of things how many times she's been in love and she actually commented on her virginity, which is something I really don't like to talk about because I feel like talking about other people losing their virginity but if they talk about it like it's totally fine right that I talk about it. Okay. Great. Thank you for agreeing with me. I'm. This sounds so bad. I. Love My husband so much don't take it personally my love, but he's so Charles summarily sorrier lost her virginity to Liam Hemsworth could you die? Okay. So it was while they were making the movie. Why am I blanking on the name something about the last song? Oh. My God. It's own my. I don't know if I can watch that movie again now that they've broken hop like it's just it's too hard and I'm definitely not an emotional emotional space right now to handle that. But maybe in the future anyway Miley lost her virginity at sixteen to the man and she later married she never said Liam Hemsworth but that's the only time she's been married and can I just say, Hey, my -ly. Curl free you. Damn I mean that is like all star. I mean that's as high on the hot list. Is You get? Bravo Bravo. If I could give you a standing ovation right now I would. I sprained my knee. Did you know you could sprain your knee? I feel so dumb anyway while we're speaking of Miley, can we please talk about her godmother? Yes. Her godmother is Dolly Parton who came out in support for black lives matter and Dolly is a queen. How most people feel about Disneyland how I feel about Dollywood I, grew up in Louisiana. So we could just as easily go to Florida to Go to Disney or go to Tennessee to go to Dollywood and my sister and I just love Dollywood so much more than Disney. So that was like our favorite place like when people talk about their Disneyland Disneyworld memories like my mind goes straight dollywood anyway he I have to read which she wrote it was so good she said quote do we think are little white asses are the only ones that matter no Bless Dolly Parton a true living legend. If you're Dolly PARTON FAN and have not watched heartstrings, Annette flakes what are you doing? If you're not a Dolly Parton Fan I'm not a country music girl like I don't like actively hated or any well, I don't really like it at all but whatever Dolly I can get behind like the singing the songwriting is just Oh good. Oh my gosh amazing. Well that does it for this week's on stay entertainment news head on over to on this day entertainment dot com to read the full articles for this piping hot tea and more. I'll be right back with this week's stall just look back in entertainment history so stay Tim It's always been fascinating for me to see how the world of entertainment has evolved over the years. So let's take a walk down memory lane and reminisce on some of the juiciest in most monumental on this day events from this week in pop culture. Starting off with what happened in one thousand nine, hundred, sixty, nine, woodstock. Can you believe Woodstock with fifty one years ago? It opened on August fifteenth it went until. Eighteen. And had some of the biggest performers in the world at that time who performed there including the? WHO In the family stone creedence clearwater revival the grateful dead Jimi Hendrix Mountain Oh. My Gosh. Is The list goes on and on Joe Cocker the band Johnny Winter Blood Sweat and tears crosby stills, Nash and. Young people, do you know any of these people? This is all like the music my dad listen to but let's give credit where credit is due like Janice Joplin is genius. Jimi hendrix still to this day probably the best guitarist of all time credence clearwater I mean I can get down with CCR any day of the week I grew up in. So that southern rock definitely has a spot in my heart. Well. Let's move onto seventy seven at the young age of forty two Elvis Presley died He passed away at Graceland in the cause of death was a cardiac something. I don't know not cardiac arrest but like obviously something with his art, I'm no doctor but I know that much. Unpopular opinion is it weird? I think Elvis is terrible like he was hot as back in the day like when he was at his prime, but his music is just not good to me I don't get it at all. Anyway in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, three, one of my favorite Hollywood couples that of course didn't work because it's Hollywood but Paul Simon from Simon and Garfunkel. Married actress and writer Queen. Carrie. Fisher. They were together for twelve years in in that twelve years they dated split up became a gade engaged to other people decided to start dating again, and when they decided, they needed to split up again, they decided to get married. And They ended up splitting up, and then after their divorce they ended up dating for another ten years. Hello not normal but I love it anyway if you knew anything about Carrie. Fisher, she grew up in a very dysfunctional home in that. Her Mom is Debbie Reynolds Her Dad Eddie Fisher and I didn't realize what a big deal. This was my mom really hard to like put this into perspective for me. So Carrie Thank Carrie Washington. Carrie Fisher's mom Debbie Reynolds was Kinda like the angel. I'm sorry. She was kind of like the Jennifer Aniston in Fisher was the Brad Pitt. So her parents, Brad Pitt and Jennifer. Aniston. Crazy. But then Eddie Fisher left Debbie Reynolds for her very best friend Elizabeth Taylor. So Elizabeth Taylor would be like if Jennifer Aniston and Angelina Jolie were best friends that would be like that Ma- that massive just scandal scandal and I'm here for. In Carrie Fisher's book wishful drinking. She said quote we once had a fight on our honeymoon where I said not only do I not like you. I don't like you personally and then she. Said, we tried to keep the argument going after that, but we were laughing too hard. Gosh seat. That's a marriage relationship when you're fighting and can laugh through fight even though it didn't work out for them. I. Think that's just such a cool story and I just love that. Well. Unfortunately, another marriage didn't work out is the one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, five marriage of Madonna and Sean Penn They married on her twenty seventh birthday. I really liked Madonna and Sean Penn together. But there were rumors that he might have been physically abusive to her that's not been proven but obviously, that didn't settle sit right with me and It's definitely a good thing that they're not together if that's the case. Let's move on to nineteen eighty seven Bon Jovi released their third album, which is one of my fav- let's talk about the name slippery when wet. Okay. So Bon Jovi was making a sexual reference about the woman's body. This is back in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, seven, and in fact, it ended up winning billboard's top selling album of the year and people are having a fit over wet ask pussy. Okay. Whatever. Well, this Jovi album had some real bangers on it from you give love a bad name living on a prayer one today dead or alive and the classic Ballad Never say goodbye. Oh. My God so good. In. God I love his movie in Nineteen Eighty seven dirty dancing was released. Nobody puts baby in the corner I mean that line is so played out but comic I stand this movie I was seven. When it came out, my parents were adamant about not letting me and my sister see it. But of course we did we had the entire movie put to memory. We would like let are dolls like cabbage patch kids are stuffed animals like do the dances from the movies and put on performances for our parents and now as an adult now I know my parents thought that was so. S. Gosh, so good. I do remember watching this movie is an adult and realizing that it's a movie about an abortion and can I just say I was shaking my core I just thought it was a movie about love and people dancing in a very sexual manner and instead it's about a guy who knocked up a girl and I'm not talking about Johnny Castle played by Patrick Swayze. It was the skis there dated babies sister. Such a classic Oh I think I might need to go back and rewatch that one. Another movie worthy of a rewatch Nineteen Eighty Nine Buck John Candy Macaulay Culkin I forget the little girl's name but she ended up being on that show transparent. Uncle Buck, is perfection. Actually might be my favorite John Candy movie. It's. A John Hughes film, of course, he needs to be celebrated at every opportunity because he's one of the best film makers of all time. May He rest in peace? Uncle Buck is the story if you don't remember it. Oh. My God this is when you have to download a family. It's a mom dad a teenage sister and then like two younger like five and seven ish maybe they. Were twins I don't know but a boy and a girl little ones and the parents have to go out of town. The teenage daughter is like super angsty parents. They have this like eccentric wacky uncle who's not really close to them, but they have to have somebody watch these kids. So he comes over at it is just like the perfect family movie and I could cry talking about it. So I'm going to move on to nineteen eighty, nine same year gone from a movie that I love to a TV show that I love. This was the year that saved by the bell debuted and again I talked about the saved by the Bell reboot earlier I'm not sure I can get behind it. But I'm absolutely always here for the saved by the Bell reruns if there ever on and if you guys don't know obviously your priority. Here is to listen to all of the catalog of on the State Entertainment. But when you're done Mark Paul Guzzler Aka Zack Morris has a new podcast. It's just a few episodes in it's called. Zach to the future where he goes and he watches old episodes is saved by the bell that he's never really seen and the his Co host is the guy who was the creator of Zack Morris is trash. It's really good. I really enjoyed it. Happy Thirtieth anniversary to the album facelift. It's the debut album alison chains with some of my favorite AIC songs. We die young men and the boxy of sorrow bleed the freak. Those were the singles. My personal favorite is the Song Love Hate Love Oh. Is it dark? So dark but so good and I thought this was really interesting I was reading and I just thought it was funny since we talked about Bon Jovi earlier that in the song man in the box, they use a voice box. It was inspired by Bon Jovi's living on a prayer. He heard that on the radio heard the voice box and just they decided to use it for a man in the box. So that was a throwback from nineteen eighty, seven's. Slippery when wet that was also released this week it's such a small world. I love it. Well in one thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, three. Oh, my God I was obsessed with his Co. couple of Time Kim basing her married Alec Baldwin to the hottest actors of the time. Alec Baldwin I think is like the first like much older dad age guy that was leaked. So attracted to maybe Tom selleck was I I don't know but I have always just been like Alec Baldwin Is Bay after he really is he's so hot. Kim and Alec, met on the set of nineteen ninety movie the marrying man, they got married three years later with no pre-nup in two thousand, one Kim filed for divorce divorce from Baldwin they fought for custody of their only child Ireland and ended up finalizing their divorce in reaching an agreement for joint custody after. Wow. Just maybe a couple of years of squabbling I think the legal fees ended up costing three million dollars. Oh. My God, what a nightmare. But the good news is, is that Alec and can basing her are apparently on better terms. Now, she said quote life goes on and. She also had a quote about divorce and her daughter. She said quote divorces hard on a kid no matter how you cut it and ours was very public in nasty. So I brought up Ireland in a very unconventional unconventional way I just wanted her to be free if she wanted to have her friends over and right of all over the walls with pen that was fine I wanted her childhood to be full of love and light in animals and friends. So that's Nice Glad that the daughters doing okay I always remember out Baldwin calling her like a disgusting little pig or something, and she ended up making a joke about it. Later on saying that it really wasn't a big deal and the media made a big deal. But like I don't know you can't go wrong colleague teenage girls discussing little pigs saying even if it's your daughter and even if. She pisses you off any way in the year two, thousand Oh my God twenty years ago. This was my favorite song. I was obsessed with the song hanging by a moment by life house the lead singer Jason Wade I didn't know that they were a Christian rock band. Okay. This was mainstream. I had no idea. He said that he wrote the song hanging by a moment I'm dead. Five minutes he wrote it in five minutes. Oh my gosh this was a real turn in music. This is when grunge was over. So it's like post grunge, but it had a lot of of alternative rock from the end of that era and it got very poppy also such a great song. In two thousand, eight, the debut album of lady. Gaga the iconic queen released the fame and ended up winning the grammy for album of the year and best electric dance album and. lyrically, the album visualizes Lady Gaga love of fame I mean, hello, the Song Paparazzi but she also. Plays around with subjects like love drugs sex money sexual identity. Oh my God it's so good. She had some really good. The singles were amazing I single ever was just dance and it is like one of the most perfect pop songs ever. It's just so good. Let's play a love game play a love game. Amazing Song. So catchy. So Good Paparazzi poker phase, which if you didn't know Vegas kid this was like our official song for so long like if you went into the like as soon as she landed in the airport like basically poker face was in the background in it was amazing I love the song paper gangster wasn't a single but just what have by faves? ooh, let's jump ahead. Actually it's not really a jump ahead. It's more of a sidestep also in two, thousand, eight, another still very relevant celebrity Definitely seen different than Lady Gaga Let's talk about Ellen Degeneres because this is the anniversary of Ellen DeGeneres his marriage to Porsche Rossi. They got married in Beverly Hills they met in two thousand. They met in the year two thousand got married eight years later. And that was the year that the Supreme Court of California had made it possible for same sex couples to get married. So that was really awesome. So many of these weddings today talk about on this podcast end up divorced thankfully for these two that their marriage is still going strong even considering these last few months, the multiple staffers past and present from the Ellen Degeneres show coming forward and accusing her of. The toxic work culture on her show. She's currently under investigation by Warner Media and Porsche publicly showing support for her wife, which is I mean, honestly marriage goals she had an instagram posts simply said I stand by ellen she captioned the photo. To all our fans we see you thank you for your support and then I love this i. thought it was funny. She said Hashtag stop bought attacks. She thinks it's robots does she really think it's robots commenting or she just trying to distract from the fact that her wife is being called out I? Don't know but finally, some people have come forward in support of Ellen which nobody did for a very long time. But Katy Perry and Ashton Kutcher shared messages in support of Ellen and basically said, she's a good person. All the stuff that you're reading is not true. Another marriage. Oh my gosh. This is such good news another marriage that is still going strong. Bill and Sookie. Did you guys watch true blood. Oh, my God I was so obsessed true-bloodied HBO. It was one of the more sexually explicit violent vampire homoerotic. Was Perfection while on the show, there was like the lead Vampire Guy William Thomas Compton better known as bill he and Sookie Stackhouse said. Oh, my Gosh I'll stop now him and Sukey actually fell in love on the true blood set and got married their co stars were in attendance and they are still married. They have several kids and I absolutely love it. Finally an unsuccessful and it wouldn't take too long in two thousand eleven. The winner of the first season of America's next top model Adrienne Curry divorced Brady Bunch actor Christopher. Night. That was Peter Brady due to irreconcilable differences after five years of marriage they had met and fell in love on a reality show called the surreal life that turned into a spin off my fair Brady and then there was one about them potentially having a baby. Oh God. I'm sad to admit that I did watch those shows and I actually think I thought Peter was hot for a while. I get very mad at myself. I have really bad judgment calls Oh. Speaking of bad judgment calls. This is when in two thousand and eleven move bad year. So my fair Brady of the Adrienne Curry Christopher, nine divorce happened at the same time same year as Kim. Kardashians divorce from Kris Humphries actually no. This was their wedding day. They got married at a private estate in Montecito and on Halloween twenty eleven, which was exactly seventy two days later, Kim had filed for divorce. So there you go. In twenty eighteen we lost the queen of soul misery of Franklin. She had been the first female performer inducted into the rock and Roll Hall of fame. Unfortunately, she died of pancreatic cancer at seventy six what an icon. Oh my gosh. Dear member that show she did with carole king feel bombers were in the audience. It was lake. Honestly one of the best performances ever it was actually a tribute. To Carole King and because Carole King is the one who wrote you make me feel like a natural woman and Aretha came out in a mink shawl and purse. She asked her purse her shoulders she walks onto stage. She sits down by the piano. She puts a purse down girlfriends starts playing piano singing her fucking face off and President Obama cried and that's exactly what we need in a president. We'll wrap up this week with the announcement in two thousand, eighteen of Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas as they confirmed their engagement with a party in Mumbai and I love them together. So happy that they are still going strong nick's brother Joe of course, just had his first child with Sophie Turner and I'm just here for all of the Jonas brothers their new music is amazing and I need it all in my right now well, that does it for this week's install gic look back in entertainment history for this week's birthdays Oh. This made me sad kenny Rogers who sadly we lost earlier this year he would have celebrated a birthday this week. So rest in peace Kenny Rogers. Bobby D Robert Deniro turns seventy seven Robert Plant. One of my favorite singers of all time the lead singer of course led Zeppelin turned seventy two another sad death. Oh my Gosh Patrick swayze I mentioned dirty dancing earlier he was born in Houston. Texas in nineteen, fifty two. Unfortunately he died way too young and twenty two, thousand nine happy birthday to Kathy Lee Gifford who was born in fifty three turns sixty seven. Did you guys know she was born in Paris Pelly? Another surprise location I didn't Know Kim Cottrell Aka Samantha Jones from sex and the city was born in Liverpool. As we're the Beatles she turned sixty four this year when I'm sixty four just like the Beatles. I mentioned Madonna earlier she got married on her twenty seventh birthday to Sean Penn. so happy birthday to Madonna, Blenda Carlisle from the go-goes she was born in Hollywood in. Nineteen fifty eight so have sixty second birthday to her sean. Penn Gosh a lot of full circles today if we were doing Improv, we'd call this a callback Sean Penn.. Actually turned sixty this year. Good for your. Sean. Oh my one of my favorites I. Miss Her so much carol rods will from the real housewives of New York socialite she married the Kennedy I mean this woman is an icon in her own right Carol turns fifty seven. So happy birthday to Carol dime bag? Oh No. Darryl bag abbot was born in Nineteen, sixty six. Sadly, he was the guitarist of Pandera. He died in concert. There was actually an active shooter at one of their concerts and he died in like mid concert it was horrendous. Christian slater one of my favorite boyfriends from all time I mean Christian slater hello untamed heart heather's. He's fifty one as is Edward. Norton Matthew Perry and my favorite new kid on the block Donnie Wahlberg all of those gentlemen fifty one this week. So happy birthday. Malcolm Jamal Warner Aka. Theo. From the Cosby show he was always my favorite on that show. He turns fifty, which is crazy. Good. Old Theo you remember how we would. Kid Eight so much like that. Kid like every time he was in a scene like in front of the refrigerator. So relatable. Ben Affleck turns forty-eight. Amy Adams turns, forty six. Oh, awkward mark sailing I guess was his name he was born in one, thousand, hundred two. He was a guy from glee who committed suicide after came out that he was a pedophile. He would have had a birthday this week. Andrew. Garfield turns thirty seven the hottest guy on TV. Seriously I. Think he's the Hottest Brody Jenner. Oh. My God I'm so into him he turns thirty seven. Oh and rest in peace. Another birthday that should have happened nipsy hustle rapper activists. He was born in eighty five died in nineteen. Oh, my God. Okay. I have to do some Mafia. This is embarrassing eighty, ninety, five, thousand, five. Ninety five, thousand, five, fifteen. So it's thirty four. He was only thirty four. It's fucking horrible. Joe Jonas turns thirty one hate him Pannonia Tear Turns Thirty One oh, my God, I loved her show heroes. This makes me happy for her sad for me. Can you believe Jennifer Lawrence is just turning thirty this week like girl has multiple academy. Awards and I'm just shook that she is much younger than me. Oh and one more young person. Do you make you feel old is to me? Levato, who turns twenty eight this week so happy birthday to all of them. 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Joyce Hyser & 80's Trivia Contest

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Joyce Hyser & 80's Trivia Contest

"If you don't know Sirius. Xm THAN LISTEN UP Commercial Free Music Plus sports comedy talk and news. They have it all and right now you can get your first three months of Sirius. Xm outside the car for just one dollar go to SIRIUSXM DOT com slash to see offer details and to subscribe offer available to new series Xm streaming subscribers siriusxm. No car required. This is the busted. Open podcast you can listen to the full show. Monday through Saturday from nine. Am to noon eastern on Sirius. Xm Channel One fifty six. Welcome to the busted open podcast. This is Dave Greco on today's episode. Bully Ray Higher GonNa have some fun. It's the eighties all over again. In Two thousand and twenty we talk about Wrestlemainia. Three of the great moments the match between Randy savage and Ricky steamboat. If it still holds up today plus we have a trivia contest that you're definitely going to want to tune in for and then we talked to the lead actress of one of my favorite eighties movies. Just one of the guys all that right now on the bus open podcasts. Bully before we get into what I did last night. There is a theme the today show. Do you know what the theme of today's show is. I just tweeted about it did you. So what star following you? So let's dance we're GONNA do the Ladies Little Rock and roll little eighties movies. Ladies this Lil as that. We got phoebe cates. Coming on later now became not coming on. But I guess you could say like maybe just a step below Phoebe cates when you look at eighties. Fandom Joyce Heiser is coming on somebody who popped huge find out that Joyce Heiser was coming on the today Chris Jericho's like I said the. Hey the actors from just one of the guys is coming on busted open. He actually and in all bold print Joyce eiser with exclamation. Wow she's over yes she's over big time. We'll talk to her because this is what I'm thinking. Bully and you know the nation's going to be a big part of today's show as well 'cause we are going to talk some wrestling though I guess from a different point of view but you know may the fourth was a big star wars theme show. Why because Bull Your Big Star Wars Fan so hey we're gonNA talk some Star Wars and I gave some of my opinions. You took exception Chris. Jericho took exception. Cody Rhodes took exception to the point. Where he used his own personal views to ban me from Asia. W Hat rack slut. That's exactly what he called me so I talked to. Gabby our producer and I talked to our. Ap guns and they said you know what how made the thirteenth. We make it a League record day and I said you know what? I'm going to celebrate one of my favorite movies celebrating. Its thirty fifth anniversary. That's right just one of the guys that was released late April in one thousand nine hundred eighty five. I said you know what we're going to celebrate just wanted to guys so you know. Gabby and guns Joyce Heiser. Who is the lead actress in? Just one or two guys in. If anyone knows me and bully you have got to know me very well. My taste in movies are a little bit different than your taste of movies. It's not just one or two guys is not Victoria and Abdul. You know what I'm saying now by a long shot now instead of taking place in castle it takes place you know like in high school instead of instead of women in gowns at sea. Though it's Bayer tits. It's been different than your the bully ray flare so we're going to be talking about it with. Joyce Heiser and also since it is an eighty steam show. I thought maybe a little trivia contests because people love Trivia we're going to have a trivia contest that Levin am hosted by and you saw him host a pre show for money in the bank on the WWE network. This past Sunday Scott Stanford is gonNA is going to host. And it's going to be. I guess some unnamed team against an other unnamed team we have it named our teams yet. I know that it's taking place in less than an hour but we have named our team. But it's going to be you and Tommy against myself and Beulah P. Wow Tommy Greg Beulah so wait what we gotta get the nation to do. Is they got to pick up that twitter machines right now and they got a name. The teams like. What's the name of me and Tommy's team and what's the name of Dave Beulah team? I'm sure the nation's GonNa come up with some interesting names for these two teams right so an OB. Nothing's nothing says. I'm an EGO maniac. More than you suggesting to Gabby. And guns to have your own day on the show you already get your own power the already get your own power rankings. Which thank God? We haven't heard an eons. Now you go to them and go. Hey shouldn't we have a la- Greco Day me me me me me know if you're if you're if you're a street name you'd be one way. That's true in a lot of ways no bully. That is not true true. No every everybody celebrates. The eighties Gabby sells celebrates. The gun celebrates the eighties. You celebrate the eighties. The bus them and say let's having eighty celebration shed. Let's have a look record day back videotape. Your Day may the four day. Talk about just one or two guys. That's not my day was day. I'm just saying we're so today. We're celebrating just one or two guys when a greatest eighty movies of all time that celebrating thirty five years of greatness now available on Blu Ray maybe Joyce Heiser can hook me up with a copy. We'll see Joyce Heiser as as Jerry Stiller said in a zoo. Landa one hell of Iraq. That Lady Yeah. Where does she rank in your like? 'cause I know you have lists you list for everything like favorite wrestler favorite tag team favorite match. This like you have list if the list list and you got to write them down and you laminate them and you like yes you have like you have like a shrine in your house to order the Greco lists where does Joyce heiser rank on the list of Hot Eighties. Movie chicks now. I think I think I named the list. Hot Eighties Babes. She's up there. She's top five top so that he's five now. She says she was four. You'd say pop four so she's five. She's she's fair to Midland. No no no first of all top ten if you're in the top ten you're great if you're in the top ten I if you're going to be specific she's top three. Wow Top so who are your top three. Who's number one? Tony contain number two cates number. Three Joyce know. Who's number two long? Sir? Bobby Brown bobby bully Bobby Brown Blah Blah Blah Bobby Brown from the war and videos and the great white videos. That's number two Bobby Brown. Oh I thought you meant bobby brown from does my prerogative refine but since his teeth gets do what you WANNA do listen. It's GonNa be a little eighties theme throughout the show because if you watched last night dark side of the ring the Road Warriors. Fm One replayed wrestlemainia three if you watch wwe backstage. They talked about Wrestlemainia. Three and they interviewed Ricky steamboat. So you know even talking about what we saw last night. Big Eighty steam to this show throughout beginning to end and I want the bus. It open nation to be a big part of it as well. Because what star with Wrestlemainia. Three bully because it was replayed on F s one like I said. Wwe backstage talked about it. I was lucky enough to be a part of a wrestlemainia three viewing party which I thought was really awesome and Wrestlemainia three. I think you would agree. You know probably regarded as if not one of the greatest. The Greatest Wrestlemainia of all time yes regarded as one of the greatest wrestlemanias of all time. Wrestlemania three definitely has that or a to it and late last night. I actually looked at the card again and I was like. How does this card stack up today? I mean obviously when Wrestlemainia three went on. Vince was at that moment. Giving the people the absolute best show he could possibly give them but if we looked at it today. I I'm wondering like especially your opinion because like you're a geek for this stuff. How would that WRESTLEMAINIA stack up today? Like knowing those performers and how the rest of their careers played out after Wrestlemainia. Would you put them back on the WRESTLEMAINIA card? It's either the bully. I mean the obvious ones. I think the obvious one day we can agree on right off the bat or a whole can Andrei savage steamboat and Piper Donnas. Yes those those to me. Are the top three matches from that night. There's no doubt or I should say that afternoon Because it started in in the middle of the afternoon wrestlemainia three. Yes I I would. I would say that you're absolutely right that those are the top three matches and I've gone back and forth When it comes to this because I think a big reason why wrestlemainia three is regarded as one of the greatest wrestlemanias of all. Time is that you have arguably the greatest match in the history of Wrestlemainia with steamboat and savage. I don't agree with that. I don't think it's the greatest wrestlemania match of all time but bully. Probably most people would say that steamboat. Savage is the greatest wrestlemainia match of all time. So that's one thing number two he have arguably the greatest wrestlemainia moment of all time. When Hogan slammed Andre in the main event of Wrestlemania three? And then you saw something that you had never seen before which is ninety. Three thousand fans watching wrestlemainia three. I think those three things is why people's judgment is kind of clouded. When it comes to third WRESTLEMAINIA. I've always been fascinated by the the savage steamboat conversation about that match because as fans we were completely blown away by that match and that's one of the greatest matches of all times when you become a professional and you learn the behind the scenes things that went on putting that matched together. You're kind of like wow. I'm not quite sure if I feel the same way. I'd love to be able to have a discussion with other wrestlers on the show. Like maybe we could find two guys who appreciate the matching maybe two guys or gals that maybe some of the appreciation was taken away. Once they found out just how plant the match was. Because when I when I find when I found out and there's a lot of different stories about how savage in steamboat was put together. But I think the common thread is that it was discussed at length for a while. Dave yes now. Yeah it was. Each each move almost was discussed at length for a while was dissect did for what I understand is months. Maybe I got my story wrong. Maybe the veterans who've told me the story over the is. We're selling me on a bag of goods. But I don't think they were so if I see a match like that that has been planned and choreographed for months. And then I see taker Sean. Which I can almost guarantee you discussed twenty four hours in and that's about it man. It's like I give the net not to take Sean as the professional the fan and me is still will always be wowed because as a kid you just completely blown away by it like walking out walking out of Nassau Coliseum. I mean yeah you were. I was floored by Hogan Andre. But walking out the best match of the night with savage steamboat agree. But then then you compare it to other great wrestlemainia matches. And I'm like. Wow what could what could take her. And Sean have done if they talked for three months. Why I regard Take her sean match from Wrestlemania. Twenty five to be the greatest wrestlemainia match of all time. And actually I think they're match WRESTLEMAINIA. Twenty six maybe the second best wrestlemainia match of all time. Listen through the years. You've heard stories that doesn't take and I can understand Jewish as professional bully. Kind of begin like you know what it takes a little bit away from me because you almost kind of thought of like wow. They were to do this on the fly. What they were able to create the ring. That night is magic and then finding out that it was so preplanned to each detail. It takes a little bit of a way. You know my feelings on this bully. I that doesn't bother me as much and you know what bothers me about that match. It's George the Animal Steele the interference by Georgie animal. Steel kind of takes a little. Bit Of what? Hey man to me. It's still wanted. The Great Wrestlemainia matches of all time. I'm not taking anything away from that match. But the George Animal Steel interference to me is the difference from being the greatest wrestlemainia match to being a top ten wrestlemainia match show for you George. Animal Steel was kind of like your Charlie Caruso of that match. Yes yes yeah I agree. It's still magic. It's still great but why why did you need to have that piece in it and I understand. Storyline wise but come on bully. You know history. You really don't care about the story coming out of that match as much as the match itself and the magic they were able to perform in the ring that night. Listen I'm still in awe of what they are able to pull off because it's so smooth and so perfect and it's it's practically flawless. But like I said once you become a professional and your smartened up to what went on. I found myself asking myself. I said myself and myself answered yes. I'm like coups other performers. Do the exact same thing. Like I'm GonNa just pull two names out of the air right now ricochet and will spray. If they had three months. What could they do? Don't you think they could give us something similar? I'm talking about athletically in the ring. I'm not talking about character. Wise because character wise is hard to touch savage in steamboat but from an athletic point of view. Yes we'll osprey and ricochet could they pull that off yes I think they could probably even more spectacular with the move. Set the guys have these days but you know what though you just said it though in the fact that even more than the athleticism and the magic that they did in the ring is you are so invested in the characters of Ricky steamboat and Randy savage? And you know all the other factors going in and the injury Ricky steamboats throat and all that stuff that that brought an element that ricocheting. We'll osprey could not bring right now But you're right. If they had three months to plan a match could they do something even more spectacular athletic wise one hundred percent? I definitely agree with that. And that's why that match was so powerful and you're right bully coming out of you. I saw William Paterson College. You saw that in Uniondale Long Island at the Nassau Coliseum. Like coming out of that. Yes you were talking about the Hogan and Andre. I think that was the big thing on. Everyone's mind because it was the main event but then he started talking about steamboat and savage especially the years following that and for me as an NWEA loyalist. I was the biggest. Nwea fan there was coming out of that show. I was like wow because you knew. The had the entertainment side covered with the celebrities and the over top personalities and characters. The one thing that the NWEA had over the WWF was the match quality in the ring. And when you saw steamboat and savage what they were able to do. You're like wow day can do when they want to. They can do the. Nwea they can give you that Mac classic and up to that point. That was one of the greatest matches of all time. That was you steamboat and flare. What they were able to perform so that was kind of like the WWF saying that every aspect of pro wrestling and sports entertainment. We can do it and we could do it as well. Or better. But steamboat flair. Who would go religiously sixty minutes every single night which called on the fly. Yeah you're right and that is that is that is a talent to me that is. I'm sorry far superior because that is truly working by definition. That's the art of the work in the middle of the ring. Going out there not knowing the damn thing just feeling the crowd and then being able to communicate with each other via just body movement like to ballroom dancers just flowing so if in just molly opinion flair and steamboat going out there for sixty minutes and call and everything on the fly is more impressive when it comes to the art of working. I'm not saying that was more impressed by any flair and steamboats match over steamboat and savage. But when it comes to what is business is all about. I gotta give the nod to flair and steamboat. He's Rick Kamler Man. He's Antonio Daniel you gotta give me more together. They host giving go plus six games in a row. You just had a terrible ending of regulation. I'm rolling the dice. A player is worst enemies himself. Of course he's GonNa WanNa play because he's a competitor. You don't get to that level without competing but just because you wanna be on the floor all time that does not mean. That's what's best for you at that. Time to even go weekdays from one four. Pm Eastern on SIRIUSXM NBA Radio series. Two Oh seven eighty-six the legendary the great. You saw him do a fantastic job with Peter Rosenberg on Sunday on the wwe network with the money. In the bank pre show it's the one and only Scott Stanford Scott. How are you today? Dave just an honor to be here listened for the next fifteen or twenty minutes. I want you to refer to be not as Scott Stanford but as your host Schmuck wollery. We'll go with that for this one. So let's roll it in all right. Dr Hosts SCHMUCK UP SH mummy. He's going back at its right. Okay so he is going to be asking the questions. Now bully since you and I are always at odds when it comes to movies music for the most part we agree but I think culturally you and I are on other side of defense. I Love Police Academy you Love Victoria and Abdul. You like masterpiece theatre. I like spice so I figured out you and I should be on opposite teams now. You have Tommy Dreamer in your corner. That's right your friend your cohort. You guys did amazing things in the history of pro wrestling so you guys are a team so I believe it's porkies. Is the name of your team. That's right bully and Tom. Price and Tommy Dreamer joins us. Hi Tommy Good Morning. How are you guys are awesome now my tag team partner for this amazing contest? I had to find somebody that I could trust and somebody that I knew had more eighties knowledge than me and I think I found the perfect partner and that is Beulah. How are you this morning? Oh my God I just it off my it and I put on my hat pink lipstick. I am ready. Oh Yeah Beulah you know that you and I are going to kick the shit out of me and bullying correct. Oh man hands down okay. Now I'm just well hold on before we go any further beulah. Hopefully you don't botch this. Like the at one night stand off. Yeah say anything that before Schmuck. Woolery starts with the questions. Let me ask. Is this just for bragging rights? Are we putting something on the line? That's what I'm looking for to know at stake here today. Everybody talk of steak about steak. Dinner on twitter gets a steak dinner. You know what it means winner winner chicken dinner. That's right chicken steak dreamer anything I. We'll think about that later. But you know what let's bring in our host Scott Stanford also known for our purposes here Schmuck woolery schmuck. Let's begin our guy so listen. I did a lot of work last night on this. Because you know I didn't know which way we're we're going to go so I've got four categories for you to choose from We've got nine thousand nine hundred. Tv Trivia we've got nine thousand nine hundred eighty s music trivia. I got one thousand nine hundred. Eighty s movie trivia and of course nine thousand nine hundred eighty s w w e wrassling Trivia. I think what I'm GonNa do is I'm GONNA own. I'M GONNA make an executive decision here I'm GONNA give Dave Beulah the first choice to pick the category. I'll give him the question. Please Bull Tommy. No shouting out the answer all you'll be deducted a point. I hate to say I gotta do. It's it's bullying. It's not bullet shades. It's bullying get it right schmuck. You're on my show I'm not on. Us Who is Mike Voice? I'd say music for sure. All right you know what I am going to go with my tag team partner and I choose eighties music as well all right here. We go guys. I question if you don't know the answer. I'll give you a multiple choice but I will see if you know you're ready here. We go okay. The song hazy shade of winter by the Bengals was featured in which movie soundtrack less than zero? My Nicely. Grech your want for one appeal. We're GONNA SEIS LEASE DON my friend a Bull Bowl E. Eight a category my friends he got. Wwe Music Movies TV Bob. I'm not good at music. So anything else. Is there food? Can we pick eighties food mother? All right let's go. Let's let's go with Tommy's wheelhouse. Let's go with eighties? Wwe wwe trivia just had wrestlemainia three on last night. All right here we go guys. You're ready who did Randy Macho man? Savage beating the finals of fourteen man tournament to win his first W. W. F. heavyweight title. If you need multiple trump vise I'll give it to you if not it's worth two points. Ted Night's Sleep Don toppy Roemer Pro Bravo porky number. One with the answer. I thought I was going to have to give you a multiple choice on that and so by my calculations if I'm correct we're tied it. Twos all right dave all right. Beulah you go ahead and pick a category now. Pick the same category. I'm only good at music. You could pick the same category eighties music all right here. We go question number. Two who joined Michael Jackson on vocals in the Song say-say say that'd be all McCartney no nicely done Beulah big? I saw balls now. That was hard and I get a point because she did not say sir. Paul McCartney I'm on board at the song so it's definitely gets the two points. She also has a question. What's the name of your team? Do we could become with names. What's the name of your team? Yeah the name of our team is hot and cold hot and cold and and these two good looking fellas. What was the name of their team? The Haughey's porkies orpheus. Okay I'm cold Hamis one I'm porky number two. Hey Mark are worke worke porn porky. Let's move right eighties movies. Take these movies. Free Thousand Schmucks. Love here we go. You're ready. Which one of these movies was directed by Steven Spielberg? I'm GonNa give you a multiple choice. Directed by Spielberg is at poltergeist. Gremlins always or the goonies. I'm sorry I didn't hear the first part. My partner is so big. Is All my bandwidth? I'm laughing Tommy said the word with which one of these movies was directed by Steven Spielberg as poltergeist. Gremlins always for the goonies Tommy. I think it's the first one. Yeah I will go. Poltergeist gremlins always or the goonies. I would go on his Golkar Is Final Answer Gentlemen? We agree sure Bali. You lock it in. I don't want to commit to anything because if we're wrong I want to be able to blame it. On porky yes sure poltergeist. Oh Gentlemen it was the movie always remember that was Richard Dreyfuss Holly Hunter. But now come on. We'll tell me team and we all over again we have. We're up in order to now that we've got a big your friend. I I you know what I think Bure I keep it rolling. I think we'll go with eighties music again here. We go who sang nineteen eighty to hit. I know what boys like. Oh the waitresses nicely Dash CLA GRACA. Six points for team man. I didn't even have to do multiple choice on that one. Either you guys are now. There's no multiple choice with Scott. I mean I'm sorry Schmuck Tommy Aright Trivia. Tommy going wrestling the wheelhouse questions. I had to come up with last night. For God's Sakes we what was the tag team of Randy Savage Hulk Hogan called mega hours. Nicely Tommy Dreamer nicely. These guys were looking at Rob Uber. Six four you this. Who were they wrestling when they up and where to take place? You're asking the wrong guy. I don't know not big boss man came and Milwaukee and the where Elizabeth was in the back where I usually eat catering this our member thing. Tommy he gets mad. If you don't get the right answer. I remember playing. I remember playing the wrestling name game in the car with Tommy one time and he lost and he got shoot pissed off for like an entire weekend. I have never law that. I'd have never never heard him lose a game of that whereas lying and now my daughter's have now since gotten the heads up game on their phone and there's a wrestling thing on there any forces it's all the play and the gets angry when we don't really answer stupid family. How do you not know should stay the all right? I think we're looking at a six to four ballgame Dave League-record. It's well no actually. Beulah shot on this. Bill is chance all right Yeah I'M GONNA stick with music because I don't Wanna I don't WanNa sit back. Listen I only have ten music questions? Don't go too on the music. I'M GONNA run out here. We go all right. Well let him take in different categories next time. This is for you. Beulah Simon Nick. John Andy and Roger will the band members of what nineteen eighty group? I notice Simon giant. Roger you're such a loser can I no no? You can't answer it. We get to steele. No no he's my partner. I can tag him in. She can tag me. And I'm holding onto the tag rope for God's sake right. I got my hand out the rule the rules of the game you can you can agree or disagree with her answer or once. She gives you one. Okay what choice. No I don't want to take a look at how man you're getting right now. Make a guess destroyed the name. It's going to be no okay journey journey now. It's not Jerry not charity day for the Point Duran Duran Nicely. Done my friend nicely gain. Yeah that's right or God's sake is so mad right now you learn that. Shit your baptism in the name of the father to son and durant luther and be like main net. All right go ahead. It's too hard to do that. From our homes we got movie trivia. Wwe MUSIC TV bully. Tommy what do like let's try. Tv What do you say? Tommy mix it up a little TV. I'm GonNa throw you guys are softball. You're ready a transam name. Kit was the main car eighty. Tv show the? I know the answer to you. Bully say rider nicely. Don Gentleman nicely done. I've you guys remember what you guys remember. When a dreamer thought it was a good idea to have ring gear. And look like seventy eight transam second schmuck. Why is it? When it's it's buehler's turn I can't tag in these guys? Are Teaming together coming up with the answer you. W. Ray you're just in case I gotta I have to give you some type of handicap. Because you're you're you're too well versed on the music. I gotta give you something to hold you back a little bit. You know what I'm going to change the category then. I'M GONNA go with okay. I'M GONNA go with eighties movies right. Eighties Movie Trivia Update. I'm going to go right into your wheelhouse on this great. Is it a movie with? It's gotTa be bear boobs if bear boobs. I'll pass it off the Buehler here. We go okay. Which sex in the city star sex in the city trout artists both Karen Thompson? That no he gave his. Ansari here to give his answer. While I'll finish you could and Miss Lynne lassie Honeywell in PORKY'S CAM. Cottrell a still going. Kim Cottrell Final Answer Kim Cottrell. That is the correct answer. My light in right there older last seat. I'll tell you why she likes a certain Schmuck to attack me boys right here up wrestling. I'm going. Wwe TRIVIA THERE WE GO LADIES and gentlemen bad and from doing wrestling too good at it. You should shut your face or it's you again. Ask that much Mukai here. We go. I'm going to be impressed with this. On the powers of pain. The warlord and the barbarian were managed by whom Baron von Raschke and Mr Fuji? I'M GOING TO ACCEPT MR FUJI. Because that's all I had in there wasn't baron VAUGHN rocky do. Yes was their first manager and then he left and we all know that come on the barren. I Walk Law Claw. I think Tommy's Tommy is going to have to appear on. Wwe brain busters which Could be coming soon to a network near you if I do. Thanks Pretty Oh there was. There was a show pitched about a game show G G G. Let me ask you this. Guy's this the last round. Is this the final round? We're getting KINDA listen. I've got as many. I've got as many questions you want to do. Final round what do you think bully gotta be got to be a chance for us to either beat you or like you gotta we gotta go all in if you get it wrong. You guys lose. If we get it wrong we lose. I mean that know and these hard questions to do. I'm going to give to give team porky's one question right here. They get it team. La- Greco will need another correct answer to win the ball game. You're ready here. We go like best best selling rock album of the eighties selling rock album of the eighties. You Okay but wait you. You have to define rock. Oh God okay I got the I got shut up shut. I I think I have the answer Tommy. Oh I don't know that was our question. Yeah so I'M GONNA go with dead. Tommy I'll I'll agree with you or not. Not No no you say what yours is. We're not allowed to talk about selling you talk about this one. This is the final back in black. It is back in blackballing. John McGregor didn't know the answer to that one. Yes I did that one. Yeah knows the answer to most things. Yes I do. Thank you all right here. We go rewards away. And you're on the take schmuck. Comes you come schmuck more than my wife. This is. I'm not kidding I love it here. Dave Beulah here. You Go for wanted holiday. Patrick swayze Guy Scott the second. I'M GONNA change. I have so much faith in my partner I I am. Since I've been answering all the questions beulah is the only one that can answer this. I have so much faith entering this question. I am stepping out Beulah. I Love You. I know you know how much how much knowledge you have and I know how bad you WANNA BE. Bullied me so the ball is in your court. All the pressure is on you. Go Oh my God. Okay go ahead. Patrick swayze Jennifer Gray started the eighty dirty dancing for we got nobody puts baby in a corner for the win and all the marbles. What was swayze's characters name in the movie God I don't remember Over and seconds Beulah ten seconds left is going to be the nine seconds of her life. Eight everything down No I can't I can't remember swayze's name you want to tell us the wait a minute time out time out if Gabby wants to answer. That's fine but because Beulah does not know the answer and Beulah lose the game team. Porkies is declared the winner and world heavyweight champion tag team on busted open old. Yes correct tape porkies you all the winter johnny off. They've won. You won dinty Moore stew race. I'll take my folders and leave his name movie. Okay Gabby go ahead. What was that. It's Johnny Johnny. What Guy Thank God remembers last name basic name Johnny Muscle Guy Castle Johnny Castle? Alpine no hell. No I never crease. Different team with the big way. Congratulations Beulah. Thanks for being my partner today. Let you down. That's okay. You didn't let me down. I leased out. Hey Tom later Mamassani. Wwe before you know. Let me hit Tommy with this. One real quick. The skyscrapers managed by Teddy Long. We're made up of which two superstars I come kid me and Mark Calloway Dan Spivey. And then SID VICIOUS ALRIGHT. Correctomundo my friend ninety so Undertaker's hang on undertaker's finished recalled the heat seeking missile boom right there by the top heat seeking missile right there. He didn't got Stanford Idgah. No of course not what he's crazy you're gonNA blow me away. Here's the very last one which talk show. Host was sprayed with a fire extinguisher. During Hyper Morton. Downey junior man. I can't get anything past. We'll look at the size of us. How you're going to get anything passed US bill. Thanks my partner. Thanks for being Tommy. You are amazing bully. You're good to once again. Great job great job everybody. I'm so happy we won. I can run with this on social media for like. Oh my God. I'm angry right now. You'd have to go to my house of Michigan because it would be unbearable ear torment you all day long. Who My God? I'm so angry with myself but I you know why not thinking of anything but music this whole time how women not know the name of the star of dirty dancing. I mean that's Johnny Women. Doing big lights thirty kids fan. I didn't watch movies. I was my black leather jacket with the frigate infringe on listening to heavy metal. And there you have it and deal you see how he just turned on you. He's trying to be all nice and like. Oh Yeah I love you such great partner but then when you turn your back he sticks it to you because you're one hung up beside. She hung up right there. You gotTa admit I got every frigging question right. I I Scott. I know I asked for one question to be answered. One and let down answered safe say so. Hey does he go to have Google machine and you can look up the answer. Get three minutes Johnny Johnny native. That comes unbelievable. I don't have the Google right now. Among those bone steel. Thanks again. Thanks for thank you amazing moment and more things to bully to make because a back back at del friscos. When you guys back in the studio you'RE EXPECT GRECO TO PAY FIDEL friscos. He's guy have you ever see my paycheck lately. Scott Yeah he's right Danny's if they're lucky. Danny's days yes. I was watching Last night and iceman King Parsons defeated. Armand and the announcer said and the winner in two seconds being partisan and I was like that even possible was that Marc Lawrence led said that yeah he also had a night do stuff the fabulous free birds as Buddy Hayes and It was it was a bad announcer night that was not a good night for Marc Lawrence. But it was a good day for our very own. Scott Stanford Scott. Thank you so much for doing this. We really appreciate it. Thank you thank you guys. That was fun. Have a good one. My man if the Scott Stamford. Thank you the fuel a thank you to Tommy Dreamer. That was awesome. I lose again. Bully wins your home for all things. Combat Sports is Sirius. Xm fire nation. Start Your Day with Hall of fame. Pro Wrestling talk on busted open. We spent these men and women that Buell the business then the Aachen so keeps you up to date on all things boxing. Boxing is the fear of young expect. And then Luke Thomas has you covered for mixed martial arts. Joe Rogan is the most important influence in all the fake name. Broken down like nowhere else only on Sirius. Xm FIGHT MASON. One fifty stakes. We've talked about this nauseam on this show for everyone. Has it been or it's been living in a cave and hasn't listened to the show for the last month. They know that I've been banned from a e. W why because cody Rhodes is a huge star wars fan. I wasn't a big particular fan of the entire series. So what does that guy do? Uses his own personal judgment and bands me from a W. so bullying cody and Chris. Jericho had their day on. May the fourth where we celebrated Star Wars. I said if they're going to have their day to celebrate one of their favorite movies I am going to have my day which is now crowned as made the thirteenth which I am going to celebrate one of my favorite movies and that happens to be the classic cinema that was released back in late. April of nine thousand nine hundred eighty five and this movie is now celebrating. Its thirty fifth anniversary and to celebrate the thirty fifth anniversary. They have a new BLU ray of the movie. That movie happens to be just one of the guys and the lead in that movie lead actress. Bully my Princess Leia Star Wars the one and only Joyce highs are. Joyce how are you today? For instance Leah. I'm great this. I mean yeah. I'm Greg You know what I am not great until this moment and till. I didn't believe let me tell you something. Joyce we've added some big names on this show. We've had the famers on this show. We have had Grammy Award winners. Marconi award winners Oscar winners on this show. But I will tell you this. This happens to be by personal favourite greatest moment in the eleven year history of this show. I didn't believe it when guns told me you were coming on but now do you finally on. I can now rest in peace joy size. Thank you for joining Busted Oprah. Oh my God with that kind of an introduction. Are you kidding? I mean why did I wait so long? Well you want to the way to the thirty fifth anniversary. Of course there you go exactly exactly has away so I was thirty five years old joy. Steve absolutely adores you. He he's been talking about you for two weeks. You should see him like that right now. He's like a smitten. Little schoolboy have seem to have that effect on men. You had the effect on him thirty years ago and yesterday face the same way about you. All I heard out last night was choices choices coming on. Oh Joyce did you see the movie? You got to watch a movie. If you didn't see the movie go look at her pictures. If you don't have pictures I'll send your picture. It's not that second part may or may not be true but it is great having yod listen first of all coming on busted open. You probably are listening to you. You know guns are saying. Hey do you wanna come on busted open? You're probably thinking of the final scene and just wanted to guys but no it is a pro wrestling show. So you know what did you. What were your first thoughts when you heard you were coming out of pro wrestling show. Well I thought you wanted to talk to me because of my expertise and professional wrestling. What what what. What are we? Expertise in prowrestler. No no you know what Bill Joyce it is a pro wrestling show and when we tweeted out yesterday and by the way it's two thousand twenty. You should have a twitter account. So we can tag you in these tweets. But I digress new. Well what's it called? I retweeted you waited you. The reason the reason I actually even know that it's pro. Wrestling Channel is because I wrote. I guess they found out that I was an expert in mma fighting and then someone wrote. It's actually a pro wrestling chat. Well it's like. Oh okay wait a minute you know what I find fascinating league-record you've found yourself away to bury yourself when your bust enjoys CIA Joyce's chops about not having a twitter and she says yes I do and she even re tweeted you but you didn't see our fires. How dare you bay so rude to a woman that joined sweating for thirty five years thirty five years? What's just blew my show but anyway the fact that in the next layer that's probably over anyway saw yeah too much in quarantine I hear you. You know maybe give me a call and six months I joy I mean I think by now let me ask you to be. I I hear you so let me ask you because you know one. It's a pro wrestling. Show one of the things that I love. Is that a lot of people from the tweet that we sent out yesterday. You know we're like Oh my know they were really excited about you. Coming on some people were posting pictures that they took with you. I guess conventions and stuff. So how does it feel for you? Something that you did thirty. Five years ago is still being talked about today. You know what honestly it just it just blows my mind. It really blows my mind. I mean thirty five years ago I guess really thirty six years ago I made You know a little small Relatively relatively low budget Movie with nobody in it. No stars no names and the life that this film the legs that it's had four thirty five years is absolutely astounding to me to sounding. I mean I knew we had a gym I did. I just never really thought it would find. Its audience we. They never really spent a lot of money on marketing. Us We came out. We see our our films released the same weekend as another movie called perfect. I think that was the name of John John Travolta and John Yes exactly and it was And so they co-ord- The studio poured every single solitary advertising dollar into that movie. And they just put us out there and we murder them does. It was incredible and then move the film I think has made over ninety million dollars And Yeah it's pretty and it's you know we made it for about five million so it's pretty. It's pretty extraordinary now. Why are right out there? Yeah no I'm sorry. Go ahead no. I was just like once I really got out there and started I I had a my my signing my convention agent as a guy named Scott Ray. Who was you know doggedly pursued me for years and trying to get me to do conventions and I didn't WanNa do it. I didn't WanNa do it. I didn't WanNa do it and then when I started my foundation. I thought you know this is. This could be actually a great way for me to raise money For for the foundation so I finally said yes and I have to say that it was really one of the best decisions I ever made to really get out there and start meeting people listening to them. Tell Stories about what this movie meant to them. was you know it was revelatory and it just it was really made me love my fans and just really appreciate that that. There's John Red Hind eighties. The the movies that were made back then So yeah there's a long answer to your question but yes I'm I'm I'm just wildly impressed by the life. This films had what what's seen more than any other fans wanted to talk about Not the senior thinking of data. Choice his strength. See your thinking about you told me you said hey bully if you're gonNA watch this scene. No that's not true toys and shame on you. Joyce by the way. Because you know you're judging by the five minute conversation on my my saying is when you stand up to the journalism teacher at the beginning of the movie so there we'll sit down. What what is the scene that? Want to talk about I think the fan when I'm teaching. When billy is teaching me how to be a guy now to walk most that seems to be though the lines and that seem all balls that you know that that's the thing. I think that probably most fans like to talk about My favorite scene is. I don't know it's really hard for me. Actually I I love the drunk seem. I love The when I come back and I'm a little from the from the The cave and I'm a little drunk And I have to change quickly pretty funny. That's pretty funny. One thing that we've quotable and I don't know if people bring this up and I remember going to see it in the theater. Bully and me all my friends with to this day. We don't call her. Cindy Cindy lauper. We call Cindy lauper because Cindy loud burn says Cindy Lauper so whenever we bring the offer upper we bring up. Cindy Lauper I you know. I'm I whenever I need. Someone named cabinets in pro. It's impossible for me to like think of calling them. Convenient will be lost and anyone who hasn't seen the film but Yes Dave ever gone to any of choices appearances or autograph sessions or got a picture taken with her anything like that. I have not. I'm not I'm not big on the convention thing because I always feel like I'm imposing when I asked for picture an autograph and honestly I didn't know she was doing the conventions because I would break my own rule knowing she was doing those. Maybe if you follow her on twitter you know these things. Maybe you're right. Maybe you're right. How can wall you I have a facebook page Joyce Heiser Robinson say that again. Do you have my space that you just say? He said he said my space was like yeah. No I don't have a my space. I have instagram Say It's the highs H. E. D. Highs H S J H R And the same on twitter. Okay all right cool now really quick before we let you go social. I'm not as social media animals so just I mean I don't. I'm not posting constantly but I know but that's fine. I'm socially awkward so anyway so looking at the the one thing I want. Obviously you know I wanted to talk about your foundation really quick. Tell our fans about the Harold Robinson Foundation and what you're doing for children diverse going to camp. Please give everyone away to get in contact with you through the foundation and maybe making a contribution. Well I appreciate that The Harold Robinson Foundation really has Focus our main focus has been the transition from elementary school to Middle School Fifth grade to Sixth Grade. Which is a you know a very difficult transition for all children no matter where they are in the socioeconomic ladder but for kids in the communities that we're working on it's especially difficult and it's really kind of when they start getting jumped into gags if you can imagine and in the sixth grade that so kids going into middle school for the six grade and into sixth grade or getting jumped into gangs in their first couple of weeks of school and when we learned about this. We decided that we were going to focus our attention on these kids and we were going to bring their whole class. So we're going to start. We start in elementary school in the fifth grade. And we bring all the the whole entire group from the whole class to camp. So it's we call it like Switzerland and the kids get up there. They get together. They learn how to work together. Everything that we do every activity we do is really a metaphor for the obstacles and challenges that they're going to face in their life and they learn how to come together How to be a family and then we go back into the community and we do a six week. Summer Program Last Summer Day camp in the community of watch and IT'S A it's an incredibly effective program The kids are are amazing. We work with their families. You know it's we focus on social emotional learning Where we've had to do real pivot as you can imagine Camp overnight camp is It's like an antisocial distancing and it's you know really troubling for us because it's how children develop social skills is their school and their interactions with their peers so we're doing a really quick pivot right now. We're about to launch Cancun to which is the name of our our camps South African philosophy which definite which translates basically to because we are so we rise and fall as a community. And so we're going to be capable into two point. Oh and it'll be an interactive virtual program So it's kind of our Cova compliant. Emergency Fund will. We're going to be doing a big fund raiser in June. I think we're launching on father's Day. It'll be called a boon to in motion. Which is a pedal on the event pedal and appears been our big fundraiser every year where we have one hundred spin bikes in the Santa Monica Pier. And we raise over a million dollars Hopefully we'll get close this year and what's great about our our fundraiser. This is your people all over the world. We'll be able to participate. So you can go to my facebook page. You can go to the Harold Robinson Foundation Dot Org website. You can check out our what we do And I will be posting on my facebook on my instagram and on my twitter about the event which is coming up pretty soon more. Thank you so so much we really can go because we got because we gotTA BRING. You interrupted me but we gotta break. This is live radio. Joyce thank you okay. All right guys it was great talking to you too is. It was fantastic. Thank you so much for the time. We really truly appreciate it. Thanks for making my day. Joyce it was so my pleasure. Thank you choice. We appreciate you and thank you for telling us about your foundation. Thank you thanks so much for having me. Thanks for listening catches Monday through Saturday. I'm busted open from nine. Am To noon eastern on Sirius Xm by nascent channel. 156 them busted open podcast.

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206: My Big Brother With Tom Cavanagh

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1:36:24 hr | 3 months ago

206: My Big Brother With Tom Cavanagh

"Hi Guys China getting into. Hsun, what should trauma do that's ringtone. Right, DEB, that's fire song. By the way it is a song. I gotTA. Tell you since I. Our listeners about it, and you remind you about it I've been singing it nonstop. It's like you know. How usually get like a summer hooky song in your head. Hooky Song in my head is to try to get in one day on. That's amazing. Twenty years ago. Your Summer Song was turned me inside out, so I can speak. Because you're. We're. When I would ask. Ranch knows how many shoutouts she gets on this podcast. Yeah, she should know because she's not a low. I think Michelle. Branch must be aware that how many times over the years I've spoken about her. Show gives two shits about us. Yeah, yes! I think Michelle Branch likes any people that are talking about song. She wrote twenty years ago I hit that man. She's trying so she. She thinks she got married. Had Kids joined? A doesn't mean she gave up her musical. She's in a band right now. It's her and another young lady and they do. They do together muck what they do as long as they cover. To me there. They do very. They do that very good. Casey put me onto them. Because you know Casey works in music sometimes, and she put me onto them and was like Yo. She's doped. She joined the Ben Iraq Iraq out to her. My trouble you know I've been thinking about putting my My my sort of girl pop workout list on on. On on on the web so people do shit. Yeah, do that Shit. Yeah, because I tunes needs that. Yeah, people listen. I can never find a workout playlist that suits my needs. A lot of people clearly agree with you on rap and hip hop, because if you go on like the standard playlist on I tunes or wherever they're all like ninety five percent that. And hits, one is all like stuff. I don't listen to like. Listen to WHO Tang. I don't listen to this new tank. You know who, but you know method man is yeah. Of course. He was in garden state. That's right. That's right, but you know he's in. You. Do know that he is in a band with about twelve people. Who Tang clan you name The Wu Tang members. There's Wu Tang clan. I'm. GonNa say some names and you're gonNA. Be Like Oh. Yeah, I've heard of them of course dirty bastard. Of course I've heard of him. He was he was. He died right? Yes, he did. Rizza I've heard can picture him. The resin with him one night and you spell it Arza I know that. Yeah. We hung out at Chateau. He came through and kicked it with us that night. We were hanging. You're not supposed to talk about Chateau on this actually, so let me back why you know what happens at the Chateau supposed to stay at the Chateau. Dropping Chateau things out with drake at the Chateau. At once you see, look at you. Spilling the beans. Who Else Rizza All. Right nothing, man, method, man, ghost, face killer. You have heard of him. I can't picture his face I can't. You. God I. Don't Know You got the Jessica. Jessica? That's the genius. Inspector, DECK THERE GO! How does a big band a lot of people in this band to people? Oh, yeah, it's a huge Ben. You really liked their music a lot. Are you kidding me a smoke on the MIC like smoking Joe, frazier? The hell raiser raise inhale with the flavor. Terrorism jams troops in Pakistan swinging through your town like a neighborhood spider man, so Tick Tock keep ticket. Come on now. You don't know about the Tang okay. M. E. T. H. O., D. Man, M., e., T., H., o., D., man hey. You get off my cloud. You don't know me and you don't know mostow. No question though when you when you have a big like rap supergroup, Blake, that are there they? Dirty. Baby got your Mommy, don't you? Said Hey I know that song. That's before you go into another song I will question. Do they all take turns like I'm GonNa wrap now all right now. You're up, you rap. That kind of thing like like like they take turns. Some of them have like a connection, so you remember run DMC growing up yes. Yes, yes, the Adidas! My is right. Those two had a connection so when they wrapped. They could. When they rhyme, they could bounce off of each other some people. It's like you and I. We have a good. How we have good chemistry, right thing rappers right and you look for when you're rapper. You look for that person that you have chemistry drake in future have really good chemistry together. They do a lot of records together and so it's the same thing you know in in the Wu Tang because it was so big. The Wu is so big. There are little tiny groups with inside all their subgroups within the Wu right so goes face and. Ghost, face and Rakwana chef. That's the one I forgot to mention. I should've put right corner. He got the best he probably. The best bill for Cuban is probably the best Wu Tang. Record! In my opinion. If so many good songs on anyway. Go Space and break. Kwon do very well together and on record they bounce off each other very well. Sorry there a now. WHO's your favorite? If you had to pick one member of the Wu Tang clan? That's like your favorite rapper in the group. The JESSA! Genius! Like him a lot I liked od be a lot. I like I like meth. Method man I like I like all of to be honest they are. They still goes. Face got somebody were. Normal, they still tour. I hope, so it's a lot of egos man, it's. How do you do that? How do you look the Jackson five couldn't stay together and they were brothers. When we? On the road, eventually touring the show, I feel you're your ego is going to soar like an eagle out of control. It depends on if they want, and you're going to have demands, you're going to have in your writer. There's going be all sorts of rules. No eye contact it all depends on how loud they applaud from me if they applaud for you louder than they applaud for me I feel like I'll fall into a little. You know I'll I'll. I'll back into? Dan like, ready baby. I applaud for me more than they applaud for you. You Damn Right. Man I want my bus to be bigger. Yeah, we're going to measure. We're GONNA the same bus listen when Dan we're going to bring Dan. And Joel and Dan's going to bring his thunderous applause button. Also, we'll go along meant whatever the crowd does. We'll be able to augment the audience you ever look at an awards show and the and you hear the applause, an award show, and then you look around, and no one's clapping. Yeah, like like like no one in an award show is paying attention so that they they'd be like a third of them clapping, so they just augment all this thunderous applause well. That's going to be what Dan's doing for us when we're on. On tour with this show, so before we before we start the show, Dan. Be like all right so I need some thunderous applause from you guys. Okay, everybody and now I need. Some laughter needs some laughter Oh. No, no, no kicking trial number. Oh, he's just gonNA. Bring it it'll be, it'll be A. it'll be a button how he's GONNA BE! He's GonNa Bring it. Dan always brings it dance. GonNa bring it to you kind of bring it. Of course he brings it. We're. GonNa Talk. Well We. The applause! I think we're probably going to play arenas and. We're going to need to do. Sound checks these arenas. If we play arenas, imagine that imagine we go to. London and what's the bigger to the? Oto We play the Oh tunic. That would be the best day of my I'm GonNa. Tell you something right now London. Make it happen. Just listen make it happen. Let's put it out there like let's secret that I'm sure I'm sure we're GONNA. Be playing like four hundred seat theaters, but in reality let. there. You sell out the O two arena for doctors real friends. That would be the best. That'd be the best night of my life listening. Shit out, there would outrageous shit out there and make it come true member. I told you about the whiteboard. You get a whiteboard and you write the most outrageous shit. You want to have happened in your life. Look at it every single day. Who did that? Well I have a lot of people in my life. Who told me this? But the the anecdote I referenced on the show. Was I'm friends with John? Legend manager, and they are name is Tai. They went to high school together, and she said when he first started. They got a big whiteboard and they were putting them out. They were like. Let's be outraged. I Dunno know. Cover a Time magazine like this many Grammy's. They were like sitting there, laughing about the outrageous shit. They were putting on this whiteboard and she turned to me and she said every. Every single thing on that whiteboard happened and and she said now I do whiteboards with all my clients, and like you know so anyway, it's about manifesting is about making should happen. I have a whiteboard in my bedroom and I'll some some things on their like goals I have, and some things on. There are like outrageous. I mean obviously. We're not gonNA ARENA, but I'm saying you can you can. Put us it on the board. It can happen having for John. Legend man the dude got he got. He got the guy. Let's make it happen to. Maybe we have to bring John Legend if. We open for John, Legend. Let's do it. Let's it legend Yeah I. Mean Listen. The guys got an EGO. Okay, so put your ego on your board. I believe it because you look at the board every day, and even your subconscious brain. Your mind is going. I'm going to find a way to work on that today I'm GonNa amid DOT COM. I'm afraid to make I'M GONNA. You know some for some people. It's fitness. You know what I just looked at that whiteboard and I got on the treadmill today. A promise myself. That's no. I'm GONNA I'm. GonNa put the Whiteboard in my in my bedroom. Share it with case in and be like baby. Let's put the most outrageous. Yes, on this boy. I'm telling you listeners. Brennan Brown very popular This is our Rene Brown moment. This is our self help motivational moment on fake doctors real friends. You can make anything happen. Okay to. I love this. I love this. I love you. I love that we did this together the four of us and our in our listeners. What did you make it happen? Let's do wearing a sweatshirt on today. Because my wife is, those should bieber things. No, it's Mickey Mouse. You know my my my forty something. crisis is is being managed by just getting lots of tattoos. Nice good for you. Man I was always afraid to get tattoos because my father hated them and. When my sister died I her name in Hebrew on my on my arm, and my father like was okay with that, because it was meaningful, and it was Hebrew, and then when he passed away I realized that so much, even though was in my forties I still was so nervous about what my father would think, and then I was like all right. It's time to fucking tattoo you the shit out of myself right on, so you're going to have asleep soon. About Asleep, but where do you want your face when I get it? I was thinking my left Areola I was thinking your face for sure I mean you're. Did you want my picture? Alice Major and now listen, and then your mouth was open, then in your mouth was my left Arriola. That's weird just. I prefer you just got my face on. Your face took my face and tattooed on your face. No I didn't say on his whole face like my face on his cheek. Second. IS BLACK IF I. Face Like. Can you imagine what? You could think of his painting paint. On his face. Wouldn't be soft. Cats, cats you for a man. No! Well to it would be an Alan g wells like now managing all of our black face issues. Guys sounding like that might be. chiming year, that sounds like it might. Not, be an outline. It wouldn't be like colored it would be. It would be an outline of Donald's face. Well I would just want it on your cheek or on your forehead. I'm the Guy Tattoos me? told me that we were talking about all these young kids that are getting tattoos on their face, and how ridiculous it is, and he said that he's really surprised that any of these artists are doing it because they're sort of this unwritten code amongst tattoo artists that you would never put a tattoo on a on a young person's face right, and and because of obvious reasons and he said. And now that there's this a fad of it happening. He thinks that the all just doing it for instagram fame, because these kids are often, you know a famous people and the doing it saying fuck it, I'm going to get my fifteen minutes of fame, but you. How many? Young people that are all doing the show their faces do. You might not be able to get the money later. You know what I mean. Get the money now if you can. That's that's the that's the Yolo man. You only live once. Tattoo child's face Donald. I'm not first of all I am not a tattoo artist, so I'll never have to put myself in this situation. Just told these guys to Yolo and tattoos. Someone's face I'm saying the reasoning behind it. Is this do you don't listen if scrubs didn't happen? Know what you would have done to make them to make ends meet if you're acting. If you're acting and directing stuff, you know what I mean, you could have gone into a business that you might not be proud of you be. Grand Model Right now my. Air and I thought. You followers I love how these girls? The instagram of influence believe took a little time off for Covid, and the black lives matter movement, and now they're all back. fucking tushes in the Air Selling T. On some yacht in a visa. Like Joe Nobody says you're low anymore. They say these days. I don't know Tick Tock Dancing. I've been inside so long I have no idea what the kids say. They're all on some old guys yacht doing tiktok dance, but you know what. They must have put that shit on the whiteboard. That was on the whiteboard. The whiteboard. That's their fucking. Whiteboard I want to be on a yacht having somebody pay for it. Making that instagram money. That's what's up. There it is go for yours listen. That's what I say to everybody and anybody out there. Who has dreams and they want fame as long as you don't disrespect nobody hurt nobody, go for yours man. Yeah, but I, if you can try and go for something that's contribute to society in some meaningful way. Sure you could find yourself later on you got to. Everybody has something to say. I miss you so much you so much more. Do we get into this show Tom Cabin? Yang. About. A. Candidate could. Natural shoot. Here, ODDS. what is show what a show we have today. It's really good episode and the Hilarious. Tom Kavanagh's here. We have so much to say. Let's just get in Dan. Allow him into the room. I haven't seen in years I haven't seen him in years Applause. Applause look at how. Look here look at a man like looking in the mirror. That's that's. Got To. Face? Going on how you did get more handsome with age Tom Cavanagh. Can say that because people think we look alike. This is true I can say likewise my friend. Look at you is my goodness. So good so good to see your faces holy your so are you living in Canada, or do you live in the US still? I live in New York but I film a show in Canada in when the pandemic I stuck it up North Hi. I'm. Tom By the way. I'm an nice to meet you in person I, listen! I listen to you guys so I sort of familiar with you. Show. I watch your show. I don't know that but I know you have like twenty seven children so I figure maybe. Demo top. Watching it for his kids, he's watching it for so for me I love the flash you kidding me. That's tremendous. Dynamite cast Gremaldi. Is Your Target Demo Tom. He watches them all of this stuff. See Dan, is he? W is a bunch of fish does how does how listen man? Is this the only missile man listen man? It's only wells now, are you? The only is this? Is this the final wells? Purse it. The crisis happened and everything happening. You know there's only four Earth's earths now in the whole Arrow verse and now supergirl lives on earth one with you guys and. My my point is. Point is let them in fucking. Speak to Nano. Keep going. He's worked up Tommy really exciting. The show. Love the show. Cisco Ramon together I love wells and Cisco Ramon. I love the whole thing, so look, my question is, are you? The only wells left now that you've gone off and you become pariah and everything like that is the only wells there is here's what's ridiculous about doing a show. A SUPERHERO COMIC Show I run into people like you and I. Just I'm so inferior with my knowledge I'm like. You know more than me and I'm not exaggerating I'm not trying to play dumb on like I understand by listening to you that you have a better grasp of the whole thing then I do. I feel like. As you guys know when you do a long running television show. If there needs to be another wells, there can be another wells. That's what's up I'M GONNA. Absolutely here's the thing. Can You don first of all. Catch your breath. Calm down. You embarrassing us in front of our guest. Let's this is. This is exactly what I did to George Lucas Man. By the way the show show's over. He's GonNa. Take a nap because he's GonNa. Get woozy. He gets very amped up and then he gets boosy. This isn't this is to all the fans out there who are wondering how I kick out when I when I meet or talk to people that do something that I'm like holy. Shit about says it right here. I can't breathe. Sweating I have a sweatshirt on, but I'm sweating under here become down now for those who you know Tom on the flash and as I understand it with these C, w superhero shows you bounce around to the other shows in the same universe right and They're all under the Greg Berlanti umbrella I'm guess the golden boy of Hollywood develop. Lawrence is now Greg Berlanti and right has he has a four hundred shows on the air. By the way, my very first job Tom Cowan. Well, I lead in the movie was broken. Hearts Club Greg Berlin first movie. That's tremendous. And and now an he. We went to northwestern together and he now he's like has the most shows on television of anybody you and I when we were talking about doing a your podcast. The Texas came up. Right next to that text the last time we talked. Can I read a text that you log. It's not like you up. It's like four in the morning and I'm hammered. It solid comedy. It's you say. Tell? Berlin WanNa do a cameo. Reverse flashes brother I. Say done you say totally unbuilt, though surprise, but on need special powers. I say make a list powerless nothing heavy hammers that shit as boring. You say laser is please. Those are free. I feel like it's. A fucking now I feel like now done this and I know that. The on board feeling now it's. Now you're forcing his hand because you're putting it out to the public. And he's GonNa ask higher, I was, we were talking about white boards and putting manifesting your designated. Onto whiteboards on my whiteboard, putting it out there right now I. WanNa call for Lanny, and I had to call them about something else, but I'm going to call Berlin and say listen. Tom Said I could be on the show. I spoke to talk Gavin. Says hang on a second. He's got he's got. He's got so many shows. He's like Tom Tom Tom. Know. He calls to a secretary. We still do flash. How funny with Donald and I came on I mean I to be honest. I, don't I? Don't get breathless about this superhero stuff like Donald but he really loves sorry I digress. You should do. You should figure out doing it as you do. You should figure what the what the role is that you want our role I want. I wouldn't say. Listen I'M GONNA put it out there. You. Hope you guys kind of opened it up when Arrow ended and I know I'm not sure. If you guys are allowed to touch it, you kind of touched on it in star girl, but I think green lantern needs to be in this. You know what I mean with your wealth clapped. Joel Joel. Joel. Fan of this world to so many, there are so many that are in the Lantern Corps now I. Know that you know, and also size doesn't matter. When you're a lantern, you could be tiny you can be. Why could be right? Come on man anyway. My point is I think that's one character. That would be a lot of fun. To play the you know the. So many people in the DC universe, but if I had a choice and they were willing to do it. I would love to be green lantern all right. That's really special endear. Greg so I think that's great. You'd making this happen, newsflash. Wait hold on the Greek Green Leonard Forty six. He can be anything. Me Look. I'm not a yellow, very yellow, super suit monosso. Sorry Thom for those of us who don't know and I'm sure some of our listeners don't know can use explain in non superhero terms. What reverse flash means there. Is there a young Guy Lash? Yes. There's a good looking. It's kind of like when we did scrub like a good looking handsome guy is the lead, and then they cast. This guy has his brother. Bill Lawrence and lost bet somewhere so basically a young guy. Insult. Your looks you insult. My looks I, apologize. Handsome you. Hit to me when you when you when you came on I thought we got I got Tom Cabinet. Why is Brad Pitt on the podcast? Okay sorry, what is the REVERSE FLASH FOR THOSE OF US? He's he's the joker. To the Batman, the lex luther do the Sudan Yankees. He's the bad guys. We have a young fellow grant, Guston, plays the flash and the arch enemy is the reverse lash red suit and I played the generally the reverse lashing of our don I wear a yellow suit, and that's kind of. Are you doing lots of stunts and fighting? Yeah, can you imagine it's crazy? You know that bucket list. You have as as an actor and you. WanNa do this theater. You WanNa. Do this show you want to do something like. The whiteboard. Started we started the show Tom Freaky mom, talking about just manifesting things by putting on our whiteboard and steering out. To be in your green room and not have the speaker's going to what they're talking. About you, we were talking about manifesting and then you well, that's exactly that's great. That's such a great call. This is one of those things I never would have expected to do a superhero show, and it's a you know in terms of a bucket list it's it's so fun. You. Guys look like you have a lot of fun on it and. I'M GONNA show has no end in sight. I mean I just feel like they. The Greg Berlin keeps adding more and more to this to this world I. Don't know if they're all they all must be successful because they all keep going I honestly. I honestly don't know, I never would have thought I think when they started a number of years ago, they had. An. Done Super. Soothing the Superman show Smallville and Ryan and then they did the Arrow and Arrow I, think did well and then, but when we started flash, you guys, you guys all know how it is. We started flashing I said to my wife while this'll be cancelled and seven Ryan will go up to Vancouver from new. York and we'll shoot canceled because even at that time. I had done two shows for Greg in both of them had been canceled relatively quickly. Because that's just how it goes, I didn't foresee it. You know I just I never expected to go in. This thing seemed to go. And even when you say, there's no end in sight I still expect that you'll just get the call a hey, so we're we're done. Let's just. Not, in the entertainment history we, we just never know you get you get a show like scrubs, and you're like okay. This could go six episodes. And then it goes nine years, or or or Donald's did this show, and when a season I did show when a season you, you just have every single time. It's a roll, the dice, no matter. No matter. How many good ingredients are you just never know? Yeah, most of the time the numbers are. Going to get cancer? That's not going to go right especially now more than ever because you know it's. There's so much content how the hell does something find eyeballs on your on your on the classic old school true network you know. You guys do twenty four episodes a season. Do you know what it's like to be able to do something most I remember. I remember I. Did a show called the XS right after scrubs? But of course yeah, we did ten episodes season. That was it. For an actor, it's like wait. Hold on let's I WANNA be. I WANNA work all year round if I possibly can, it was really weird to work ten episodes, and then have this time off until you came back and did another ten, or you would do what we would do thirty and they would just chop it up into episodes. It was like. You never really find you never really find a pacer pudding. How will how long going? We're only GONNA do ten twenty two. You guys seem to live in Canada right now. Jeff! Vancouver. Vancouver Canada coniferous jewel in the city and you guys been I have I love that town, too. I think it's a beautiful city. I love it there. I was there when the sun was out and it was magnificent. And then I was told that it's not always like that, and I don't know if I would. I would like that rainy. It said Yeah. That's a question of taste like when the sun shines is no finer place I. Don't mind the rain, but I think if you're somebody that didn't like rain and preferred like seasons and snowed in this city would not be for you, but it really is. It really is a coniferous Julius. Mostly, on stages and such, or do you go out and shoot on locations in some it's. It's almost fall as a pretty regular schedule. We do a lot of stage work early in the week and then we do all this stunt stuff. It's always you know so Thursday Friday nights we're going to be. We're going to start five PM and we're going to go all night and we're going to have the gathering of a building and fight a monster, and then like we're gonNA. Come back and win. So you Kinda. You kinda you Kinda have to stay in shape for this thing like you're. You're asked to do way more than you expected to do. When you start it's a blessing and a curse. You know because. As, you guys know too I mean I'm older than you guys, but there's A. There's a thing where you when you were a young actor. You could be vain, but you wouldn't really matter because you probably look fine, you know, and then you get a little bit older than your coast. The people you're acting with your co actors are twenty eight twenty nine. And they are fantastic, and then there's you know he's. He looks great in the suit. And then you can't really be on the donut Diet while you're on. You Kinda have ke keeping in shape, and so you hang out with Jesse L Martin. A Lot Jesse is a legend as you guys know coming from theater. He's just he's amazing. Yeast got this thing. SUSS 'cause he's the captain. He can. He worked hat and overcoat he doesn't have to. North. He's kind of like he runs. He basically is the beating. Heart runs the show them the center of reason and He's He's got a great job. Appreciates it so tom when Ed when the show Ed i WanNa talk about that. When it came out, my was an unemployed accurate, and my mom called me very very concerned. That I that I had gotten a lead in the TV show and not told her. She didn't understand why why I was on billboards all over the country. Road that's how it is. No it is I. Mean she she? She obviously suss that. There is a young man. WHO's on every billboard in town? Any looks a lot like you and I remember thinking Oh. Yeah, a mom, that's that's not me Still still trying to get some auditions going and And it was really humbling, because that fucking guy who looks exactly like me has a as a hit show leading role on NBC now. No one's ever going to hire me but mean DAX shepard who also looks like us? Yes told me this. He was like when I was when I was became famous and was. All over the place he was like well. How is this GonNa Fuck my career because I look like that guy and guys already working. So anyway. I wanted to talk to you, but Ed and tell us I. Imagine that was your big break right I, mean you. You worked a bunch, but that was your first your own show. I for sure I mean I saw? Dax in you have done quite well of yourselves. Down! So's Ray Romano. Worked out. But yeah, I done I'm Canadian, and I had. I moved to New York. City and I think eighty nine to do. A bribe did like a decade of theater? and. Absolutely love it. Absolutely hundred percent love that and then I had done a small guest spots for literally for ten years on ABC NBC back then it was like just a four right and I've done show called providence, and then that, but I had no idea of the profile that you guys enjoyed on scrubs. Because it shows a lot of the shows that I have done when they were television shows or series I've done a couple of series in Canada. They were Canadian shows. And there's no cross-border pollination between the two countries. In other words, you'll shoot show in Canada and they'll do ten episodes, but everybody in Canada's watching friends. WHO's watching these Canadian shows? Well, it's it's different in candidate is a federal mandate for these television shows, so they do them. And Some of them are quite quite good and. There's not a there's not a mill. The way there is behind. The entertainment industry in the states up in Canada it doesn't you know. Part of the ethos of the country is like well. Let's not get too big for ourselves. Then you know so, and in the states. It's very much the opposite like. Let's see how we can build up. How Big Week again? Why that why the ethos is good is that you know you you if you're working as an accurate working largely because you love it, because a lot of the attention at least back then now it's different because everything can be found, but back then. You. You're doing the same stuff we do scrub that you'd come to sat. And there's all the you know. The crew and there's the people in, and it's great and you're gonNA. Love it, and then you leave, and it's still the exact same experience. It's just that. You're not going to raise city music hall and doing the Upfront. The show, but it's nice in a strange way because you understand this. This is what I love to do by the time I got. You know fifteen years later. It was I was aware enough that it was still the same experience. So even though suddenly like you say, there was like billboards plash all over the place. I readily aware that you know that that was all that back thing. Get ripped away, and it's a superficial and so i. think that was a nice little. I don't know what it would be like to have. Your face plastered all over the place. When you're in your mid twenties, I think it would be I, think it'd be a tough fight we. Get a big billboard by. NBC didn't go. They certainly went all in. Whoever made the billboard decision for when all in and. By the time scrubs came on. They were like dude. Remember a few years ago. Shot our billboard budget on Ed, we have no. I'm so sorry about that. That's why you guys didn't get. that. Big was funny is remember when the script started. How just how much of a splash it made 'em? She can remember, and it's not loss than you how? Big a deal that that was like that show is so important. It seemed at the time. It was bizarre for us because also. We compared to now you know. The amount of people watching a single TV show just doesn't happen anymore. Especially live. Really even at all, but let alone live when it's airing, so it was a completely different era new. Would watch our worst at our worst TV shows now if they got our words numbers. Yes, they would be considered hit shows. Yeah, yeah, now. Now we tom was was and written for you, or did you? Know. They didn't know that was again. That was NBC. They didn't want me. At all we had they went through I. Think a year of Casting. People and You know. Better humans you know. Just just people who aren't in the entertainment industry, the Lafon try and get a known star, and that's right, and if that doesn't always work out for two reasons, and then they go okay well. Let's start to read people that aren't famous in which is when this is. How people like the two of you. Yeah I mean exactly exactly it's exactly how both Tom and I got our parts. Exactly I was like the third the third round, or so of doing the only reason I had that job I remember how. Generous, you were at Bill's fortieth in we. We had the the party he was. You're like you just so gracious about because you're clearly incredibly talented. And yet you had the wherewithal to say I owe so much to to this guy and I had the same story. There's a Rob Burnett and John Beckham. Who ran the late show with letterman. Were those are the guys that Dorling region? I got the job. Those guys said this is the guy and and you know. They managed to have enough stock. The people would listen to them, and without without somebody standing up for you sometimes you just it just doesn't. Doesn't go away that those people are the only reason I. I got that job. Do you know how many times you auditioned? I know I addition. Once an Los Angeles and it I. You know how it is when you're like that that while you feel good about it is also like it was pilot season, and it was like one re during the day, but it felt good and then. Then the called me to to have the the sessions that they do the ever studio session in session. It was very, it was like and this is. I hope this isn't boring. I don't mean to. Me! We went and we had to do it. It was CVS at the time by the way I. Don't know if you guys know that show that was CBS. NBC and CBS ultimately. Didn't think. So they picked up a CBS and then CBS never aired the show, and then a year later. NBC picked it up, which is. That never happens. Every time you make a pilot, it's always such a bizarre thing both when I've been in them, or when directed them, you put, so they put so much money. They put so much work in, and then a network chooses what they choose, and the discards are like they have like the smell of shit on them. No one will touch them, and it's like it's like what someone who spent six million dollars. Making this pilot. You could look at it and. Maybe you can recast some things. You could reshoot half of it. Whatever US throwing it all the way it's so. It's always super bizarre waste of money to me because there's there's diamonds in the rough that no one is so this situation is very rare that then another network weighed man. We'll take it I. don't know that it ever happened before with CBS. I think from what I the only reason that that was again. Because Robert. And ran the letterman show. was because Letterman had such a big. He was such a big paycheck, a big entity at the time. That was the only reason I think that that card. If a producer didn't have that card to say, that would probably have never never happened, but when I went into to read you know extensively, the thing was a comedy with heart, and so you know. Know. You know it's so funny. How these things changing so I went into read a solid and finding the room and made them laugh, and then normally okay, the job is yours is at the network read, but then somebody twenty five people in the room and somebody says vote, but what about this this this about him, and then that sort of virus has? Had, and then you don't have it right. And I remember Robin John Came Out and rob was his real serious face and he's like look. So they don't. They don't know if you can do straight drama so. It even though it was comedic, seen about a guy finding that his wife is sleeping with management and. They're like you just need to do that scene again and throw out all the comedy and play it like you know. Play like Shakespeare tragedy. Okay. I went in and did that and. Just completely straight as possible and they're like okay you can, you can do that. It's so easy how? Speech got pretty much really fucked up the much. They weren't saying fucked up. At fucked up, he fucked up. Fuck, when I wore addition for scrubs I, got real big audition, because it was a comedic scene, and I got real big and animated and bill had to come out and be like dude. That shit down. Because it's funny as you know like I think sometimes an executive. Here's another executive speaking I better way in as well you. Sound like he's big. Yeah, he's too games to suddenly becomes. It's actors. If actors who have yet to be in one of these rooms only knew how. Oh my Gosh, the tight rope! You're walking to try and get a fucking role. And how it just it just falls on one person being like. I don't know. If and then all of a sudden, you don't have the part anymore and you the part for a second. Right then in a room and watch somebody. Destroy like kill it. Come in and destroyed, and then someone else come in and do a really good job, but not destroy it. And and I saw the first person obviously and one person in the room was like well. You know what? I'm not sure they actually look like the part. You know what you're right. They don't necessarily look like the part and all of this doubt happen and the person that crushed it. Did Not get the role in the person that just did good got the role because there was getting. Listening to this, it's not easy. Do I was once. I was working on something and this girl came in and. She was young. She was like a young Jennifer Gardner type. She was really pretty. She was early twenties. Super expressive and funny, and I thought that she should get the part. Another girl came in very very funny. He could have done it, too, but but I preferred the first growth. She was better. One of the executives goes regarding the first girl. Young Jennifer Garner type, but she goes. She's very expressive. Should we worry about her wrinkling early? Oh Wow. Now Mind you. This is like a twenty early twenty something year old girl. And she's very pretty, and the not only. Is that the most ludicrous thing you could ever imagine human being saying, but in your mind the show is going to go so many years that the she her her wrinkles that come from her being expressive could be a problem I mean it was the most ludicrous. They've earned him a whole appalling. It's appalling. Part is actors can act you know and so I don't how many times you've done a thing, and then like yeah, the feedback is we wanted a little bigger. say that Shit. Shit. Under hold on, listen man. Why did you let me hold audition? That big. If that's the case, somebody in the room could have said. Hey, you know what? I love you try. You could be diplomatic about it. I loved your choice listen. Can you tone it down a little bit this time, right? You know what I mean that never happens anymore. I do remember though back in the day when I was going out for auditions, and it would be like some body who was from the urban or from the streets and stuff like that and you'd get the. Spice it up a little doll. Out a little something something can you can? You can put a little. Sauce on that knows. How would they say like? What's the worst? That can spice it up a little bit. Spice IT UP, oh! Yeah, and you'd be like what? I had a producer. Say to me once about a script she goes, you know. She was old lady. She goes you. Don't you could go black with it? And I go, okay. Yeah, that's that's. There's no reason she goes. You know they're doing their thing. He did that. You guys can see. Gesture means sort of rocked back and forth because you know they're. They're doing there. Not. Awkward Things I've ever witnessed I go. Okay, so you want them to do their thing. I got it. Should we get a break probably? Episode all right? 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Wireless ear buds. By Ray RAYCATENA DOT COM slash. Real friends. Show. I don't. Hey So we always talk about how everybody met Bill and how you came to this show, you wound up during the show for several seasons. Episodes you must? You must have been one of our most recurring guest stars. I. Don't know that but I can tell you I was always hugely grateful to get the call. I sort of feel like being on this podcast. Sort of like sort of like I was telling your producers I sort of like glommed my way on by like. Get. Somehow this guy put out there, but I also felt that same scrubs like don't really do scrubs, but I sort of like piggyback on the back of their success, and basically a parasite. This whole time and I'm so grateful for it because people loved you on the show, Tom. Sorry No no, but it's funny. How like when you like? Ed Isn't anywhere. You can't find it anywhere most of the. A lot of stuff that's harder harder to find and I would say scrubs is the thing even though you guys? Were you get all you guys did such a great job. I did nothing I still get recognised all the time from people all the time. Want say hey, little brother or they. They remember the bathtub episode I remember. This thing was like nine years ago. When people are still like it still resonant some comedy central. It's lovely to associated with your success while people really loved you on the show, they really. You know when when Donald and I talk about having guests on a lot of people. Asked for the Tom Cavanagh. But but wait a second. Sorry, go back to what Donald. How did you come about? How did come about? Did you know bill or was it? The obvious that people thought Oh. He's on NBC. He looks like Zach. That kind of thing. No I I think I had been. Friendly with bill and we weren't we weren't. Friends before we became friends throughout the we had had spoken in Ghana, long and he. He and his wife always been like quite a frightening, generous and stuff, and so I think it must have been him saying okay. I Know Tom I. I have a friendly relationship with them, and so this seems like a natural fit because of how we how we look I. Think you run into people and you're like I. would like to work with this person again. You know what I mean that happens occasionally almost never happens. All your tensions are always great and yet you're still trying to have a job and survive, and so sometimes it's quite quick difficult given. You know it's very difficult to repatriate again so I think. I think maybe we got along. And then he was like this is. This could be a nice little one off, but then ended up being. This. Could you really good on the show? Also I I. We talk about this all the time. In remembering the show. This is one of the we talk about it so much that it's become a being one of the Bingo questions like somebody made a Bingo sheet and on the Bingo sheet. It says they'll talk about at some point. You know if they talk about not remembering the show you get a letter right and this is one of those moments because I really didn't remember this episode that much. I knew the first episode. I remember you want is win. John Ritter passed away, and then you out of nowhere was like Yo. You know what outcome in and now. This one. That's not this one. That's not this one at all. That was another significant one. That was such a again I think. Because you're there. You have no basis of comparison for for you people. You guys. were all your all your all. Your group was a welcoming. You know it's it's interesting. Because when she go through thirty years of this stuff, it's not always you know. It's not always a group like that. You know and I. Don't know all the inside stories and stuff because I would just come in and out, but but being in a place where you fell welcomed and. Encouraged and the ideas that you guys I. Remember laughing so hard at the stuff you guys would do that wasn't in the script knowing that you would do stuff verbatim. As it wasn't as good knowing that you get your blows your chances later and I thought this is incredible. This this environment I'm ever use Zach doing one of I've seen like. The after played Ross Geller David Schwimmer running to of. He had an open laundry door and he hits his head on it and falls over the nets. Moose Solid Modern Day pratfalls, and you did one glass door that was like we're just watching weird. Sitting by the monitors and I was like I. Remember Thinking this, and this is like years ago. I remember I could watch him do this all. I'd every time he didn't get tired of. Every time you did it, it was like seemed like better than the last I wanted to get it right. You know I i. so enjoy doing physical comedy, and and I would get competitive just with myself, wanting to be a wanting wanting to make resource and and You know that was a bit of my. That was my sport. If you will try and be good at I remember one time in one of the jumped out and I just improv monster. And you know the funny thing about the show is as you were just saying was. There was such a vibe of just safety that is, this is a safe environment. Go nuts do be adventurous. You Know Bill will tell you obviously do it as written, but he'll tell you if he wants you to bring it down, but I was just watching this your first episode and you were making such bold choices. With right so just very, which is tricky because we'd on the show, we're regulars. Were there we had? We had kind of built up that comfortableness for a guest star to come on, and be like all right I'm going to do a bowl. Character I'm going to make bold choices I was really I was really impressed with you. Just watching back because it's one thing if you're. On your fifth. Episode, here you are is your first time on set your guest star a of a that's really popular, and you came up with this character that which was nothing like your character on Ed and was just bold and funny. But it was probably a lot to do with like I say just being around. A place where people hey have have fun, enjoy the. Think I think it bears repeating that your show was such A. Such a place where you welcome people to do that very thing you're talking about I, remember also being so impressed. I'm sort of talking about it, but it just. It just seemed like I. Remember Season Six, coming in and doing something and I remember thinking I. Remember watching on different shows I'd done how you know. People buy into like well. How what's our place in the universe television? Are we popular? Are we getting enough attention and I think you guys probably had the B. Y. are they prompt us all that kind of stuff, but I remember coming in on season six and watching you had settled into the sink. This is us and this is for us, and it was such a smart and intelligent way to understand that life is fleeting. This is fleeting, and so let's just all be for show and when you when you come from a different place and you come into that. Influence me for the rest of my career to go. This is really what you want. People who are having gems back who our for each other. Who wants to just do this scene right now as best as they can, and what does that? Speaking of doing a scene really well, how fucking funny you're you stealing the lab coat and going into a tend to a patient. That should was hilarious Yeah Mr. Trump before we do that. Let's get into this. Recap. Oh, yes, sorry, so Tom! every episode, DONALD WE'LL SUMMIT UP. His thirty seconds time. Okay so Donald Hold on getting my stop shop. He's been crushing it lately. He got a little cocky. An ending early which I don't like to fill your time. No might go over. Okay on your mark. Get set, go, Davies, brother Dan comes to visit. He wrecks havoc on all relationships. Jd wishes his brother would just grow up. Turkey cocks are beefing again this time because both have good arguments why they're. Departments are better at saving lives by the Act Break Jay. The Turk are Shamed Turk of himself. Jd of his brother. Turkey takes lesson from an unexpected. Unexpected person for him to regain faith that he's doing his job the right way. J. D. it's him learning and understanding that not all people are built the same. Some people are content with who they are party over its thirty six, but you had some fuck ups and I think the audience gave you taste I, thought it was as if it's well done. It's well. I think when you were I. Don't think you rehearse this time. Sometimes you know. We're our into the damn shy expected to do. Well you. I didn't know that Tom. Cavanagh was going to be so interesting a listen. I knew it was going to be this interesting. We were going to get into the shore early. You're saying is that you re hearst right? Before we went on the air and now you're rusty and that was rusty. If you give me another chance I bet it's better. I. See good job. You know what well you know what we'll have. Dan Speed up a little bit now we can't do. Thirty six, thirty, six, well done though. Yes. That's the episode to remind Tom. We did this as a service to people who WanNa brief reminder what the episode was. Out Tom. Tom Comes to visit me. He's been driving a car across the country as for three hundred dollars, and he has no fear of Dr Cox, which is just mind boggling me me and I'm. That I'm squirming as he meets Cox for the first time in is fucking with Dr. Cox. Yeah, that would be the best day of my life if I went to my brother's job. Loss, that was bullying him and I could freaking and I know that no matter what he's GonNa. Get bullied anyway. I'M GONNA. Fuck some shit up. Then how about this a work? You'RE GONNA mess with my little brother now I'm GonNa mess with you. Remember good at it. I remember on the day Tom, even being nervous in real life. Because I was so you know Johnny was Johnny and I we? We were versions of our characters, and and we would just play that now. You came in as an Alpha fucking with him and I I think I recall even on the day being a little uncomfortable but I. Didn't like it and. He didn't. Because nobody in that hospital in the real world, or on our in the world of the show fucked with him, and he had gotten quite comfortable with that and now here's someone who looks just like me. But that was great, and then so the. rickles moment. That was pretty fucking funny. I should was hilarious. I love the fact that the reason why it's going to happen is because he hears Bambi and you're like I, don't want you to call me. Bambi for the rest of my life ever had elaborate. Lab Co widow. Walks in, and he goes, and you know. And we find out just before he walks in that the guy's gotta live, and the surgery was. Everything was a success. And the first thing Tom says Dan says it was touch and go for. Work! And, then he goes, you gotTA. We gotta look out for those little rickles. Little. Kids their future. Hey, thank you when you go dammit Bambi. Secondhand busy. Goodness these days. Shot was really funny by Michael. Spindler when you when you turn around. Yeah, I'm always a sucker for the quick turnaround. Debbie give me a second. Busy. Larry Yung. A my nightmare would be. My brother, coming and flirting with someone that I had feelings for. And let alone also your friend, I mean this is always awkward when you have a friend. That's like I. Don't know if this guy's ever happened to. You were like you broke up with someone. And then you see your friends starting to like Oh gosh, and you're like what the fuck and and I just felt for. Jd as you as you and Sarah walking down the hall and flirting and. It's awful. It's so fucking means it's awful. It's me on both parts. It's mean on. It's me, not I. Mean You guys have a brother? Guys. Those two characters had had a brother competition thing. But the fact that Elliott was so willing to just like dive in and Vr Gig. That was so cruel. Yeah I mean like he's funny and he's not really that funny, but he was just being like I know that's okay. You just a and then the idea that this is actually this is happening is happening. I love the the the. How realizes it's happening out of nowhere? You turn date night. Switch the fantasies. Totally making out. And then they pop back to reality and in reality. I Yell Stop Your. Stop you're stupid laughing. It makes you look like a Hor-. Kidding just the worst thing you can say and then. The way I did. It was like vomiting it up like I couldn't. I couldn't to hold in. It out. Of Your stupid laughing. It makes you look like or goodness. Gracious Sakes jump cut yeah. Must have been tricky to shoot. We must have done the first part and then come back. Then we came back at night and Sarah had this idea. We're chewing gum the gum out. And then like. All the one two three four calls. Throughout, the whole scene or Know, sometimes when you're an actor, you know you're GonNa make our someone you WanNa have freshmen. T breath. Was it I think she i. think she no I think she added. Gum later on because there is is one of two things. One is like you kiss a person. Then they have the gum that you had in your mouth, not great or Pew Pew and I, think she. We realized we could. We can double down on the comedy moment by spitting are gum before the pooh-pooh. We used to have Benakka onset a not not just for short I remember. You, guys had the also had the booth. Things it melting your mouth. Heartburn Heartburn Yeah Both Donald and I would have too many, and they would give us heartburn, but The old school Aerosol Spray Benakka, which is my favorite. We started having it just from we had kissing scenes, and we didn't want to have bad breath for our scene partner, but then became like you know we're all friends in all up in each other's faces all day long relate. Let's make a rule everybody. We don't have bad breath, and so we would like to be spraying it nonstop. Dude, I remember became. How many can you spray in your mouth and? Earn his mouth. Like ten under the tongue, just for shits and Giggles, that's actually are boom operator of velcro, one to the boom and We! Call it boom. Knock, knock up and we'd be like Kevin Boom Knock and he would just dip the boom down. We pull the off off the Mike. And attach it back up. That's great air right there. That's some yeah. We thought he was going to do it for like a day a joke. It was up there for years. Same same canister hopefully. Changed out. At Five twenty four, when when Cox goes, will people please stop calling me? By Hayden I'm not so. How's it going? He had another one in there was like I don't have time for pity or something like that. Right when he's talking to Johnny Castle. Yeah I wrote that down to, and why does why does well first of all? You scare me in the shower? Hilarious. That was the first of many scary did like ten ten. Do you remember that we? Air. Remember waiting, waiting in A. Behind the curtain and like thinking of this. Maybe this one will do this like there was a big five or six different ones and I think the first was really terrifying for you. I remember that. Funny I just put together that I guess we bought the clear shower curtain. That's in the opening of the show right? Because wasn't there in clear shower curtain when you scare me, yeah, no, no, that isn't a shower curtain. It's opaque when I come. Because you don't see me, and then I'll I'll write. It looks like it's clear I thought. I have. You. Have you guys have that runner earlier on Yes we're. We're shopping for a clear. And where is it? It is at five thirty two. I'm just curious 'cause. There'd be funny if we We happen to keep the shower? Yeah, it's clear. Goodness, how could it? How can you bought it? We actually bought it there. You Go okay I! Look at that continuity. Get aired dude, you scared the shit out of me and. I mean in real life, and I think the character, but I obviously had a nice juicy. Matt by me. 'cause I like literally flew. Yes. Zach braff solely. Zach braff special. Laverne makes her own Halloween Candy. She's dressed as long as she's dressed like raggedy Ann and. There's like this bowl of popcorn and home-made lollipops, and she says if you want name brand stuff, this vistas, Packwood, nuts or something. This episode. was actually written by Tim, Hobart. Yes, believe. was He with us the first season though he came in on him, was not there for season, but he's a very funny writer. So this is his first big episode. This episode of the season then yeah, and also Mike spillers back as our director we. This is the first episode in which I read on scrubs, quickey This is the first episode that you've ever called Gandhi by Dr Cox. That's interesting. Sarah Sisters actually one of the interns in this episode also. Cox's. Kelso's doing round in the beginning, so just when when when Kelso polls, he hates the costumes, and he pulls some cat ears off and that Sarah Sister, not her younger sister. Obviously, that's hyper, older, sister and then. I noticed that Johnny Castle. Playing Doug. He takes off the clown nose and kisses it and I remember on the day. thinking that was so random and funny, but I have no idea why he does it very weird. Yeah, no I know he takes clown. Kelso says take that fucking costume takes the nose off, and he looks at it, and he gives a little kiss before it was. So weird and amazing. I don't know why he did it, but. This scene between you and Johnny see when you win. The bet is like to me. That was just such. Classic scrubs because it's it's good in the NFL for the comedies. Just hilarious especially when you're celebrating and it goes on, then it goes on then it keeps going on which I personally I. It's funny, then it's not funny then. It's really funny because you just keep doing it. You do the back lot, and this is all the different beats of your comedy. They're just like had me laughing and I'd forgotten the scene and then, and then there's then there's that. Other level where he's like of Yes. What you show did so well well. It's like you have the great comedy, and that could just another show that would be enough, and then it's like there's a hammer gravitas. That still works. It's beautiful. With ends with you like. legit serious moment considering this information, it's great. Joel you just look like you freaked out on something. Hurt Thing I. Did night love here. Okay, let's see. What have you I'm sorry what happened. I figure since you distracted the show. You'RE GONNA, have to share what happened. Gina know. It is amazing Dr. Strangelove basketball. And she just hasn't even on that called on. The old guard. Lady has been working for a very long time and I love her. And she used to write on felicity like season one of felicity she wrote, and then she went on to all, but what happened that made your face light up because I thought it was Tom's use of the word Gravitas. Knowledge, my exist inside. Exciting. Congratulations, what did he say? One of the articles you've written or something. Yeah, did apply pod talking about the new movie and she was like this was so great. I was like Oh my God that's. Always. Don't. Don't. Listeners to know from my point of view Tom, said the word Gravitas and Joel's face lit up and he started doing the hand thing where you might cry. Out Joel really loves the word. She had better reasons to celebrate joy. I'm glad to hear it wasn't. Gravitas took the old guard plug. That would be the funniest shit up. You just love. Never she never see here's. Fan Is. Tom. Donald you're bragging about having to signals in your wallet, you say Hello Miss when he gives you the. Jackson. To The Washington Right now you guys get nicer acquainted. You're dancing. There was so funny man yes. I I had a lot of fun doing that. I'm sure I did it's it's really weird. You know how things change. Because everybody did a Michael Jackson impersonation back in the day. Everybody did it. I can't recall the last time I've seen a Michael Jackson impersonation. Married very long time now. Probably if we were doing the show now, you probably wouldn't be doing so many. Michael Jackson's now I. Love a growing pains. Shout Out for those of you who are too young. Growing pains was very popular Sitcom and starring Kirk Cameron. and. When when when we all go to lunch I say Oh, no I'm trying to defend Dan Ono he eighty Z lives with my mom, but it's. He's got his own area. He's like Kirk Cameron when he garage with Boehner. And Kirk. Cameron had a friend in the show named. which made no sense? Why was this friend named Boehner? Everyone knows what's his name. His last name was owns the bone, and his name was Silvester, but then you, you yell out to the Room Boehner. On. Come on, everyone. To to low hanging fruit. Owner digging of laundering. You guys in here. What I said. His Dad's name was so bester and his last name STU. Bone semesters to bone. Yeah. Do, you know the growing pains team, instead of Sylvester Stallone. Sylvester Stallone. Going means no I. Get it okay. Just wasn't that funny I guess I'm sorry. I thought it was hilarious when I first started. Kids wait a second Boehner your. Dad's name is so bester stu bone and returned back and looks at Mike. He goes who? took. Chris John? You might not know this, but Donald can sing. Eighties theme song. If you tell me how it starts, I could sing it to me. Show me. Okay I got it. Don't waste. On your crying. We're nowhere near the and. Best. To be. started to high as long as Gain each. Yeah. We got the world hanging ride in. Baby rain or shine afoot. The time! We got each other Sharon left do real. Share in. Release an album of Donahue. Show that did every season. They did a different version of that Song Oh. Really they. Also at some point they had a baby, and then they were like. Ask the baby's boring in next season. She's GonNa be five and. Nobody else to age, but the WHO's all in five? They also like fostered a kid for a little bit. Who was young, Leonardo DiCaprio. That's right young. Young Leo's I show I believe I. Don't know if it was his first, but he. There's really cute I've seen. When they do like you know. Remember who this little boy was I've seen his first interview I. Just love being an actor I'm just happy to be with these guys. Cute and now look at him. Donald has a little Leo crush. Tommy comes up almost every episode. I love to Caprio Yeah So. Last one of my favorite actors of all time one of our last episodes ended with the detailed talking about China with no no. No No, no, no, no! Later Guess what? We've got to go to break. We gotTA guess guys. Wait we. That just we should go to break guys. Break! We'll be right back after Donald Duck Leo. No, no. What was that? Now I did not say. I wanted to dock with Leo just thought he was a great actor. We went to break. We went I. Think, we need to clarify. Don't want out there and. Those that some of that I'm walking around telling people I want to dock with. Leo was happening here Okay Okay was on his not WANNA DOC LEO everybody. Yes, he does. We're going to bring. What? All right now we're back. Tom, we take a caller here on this show, and Joel curates them. There are Zillions of people that emailer and try and send her Paola. And she is. All the money she accepts all the money all the mining. Send Kasit in money to Joel. Do it the right way. Don't send like scenario deal. Thought, if you don't get picked, but money does help you. Cash is a little crass could sell. The basket sashes grass caches crashed I duNno, if it ends ever said that before but I'm thinking line caches, crass cash crash, send the woman a wind basket, or some of God's led us. She'll take either one. Is Preferred Osceola. Today referred for the Tom Cavanagh. Who who's America's favorite older brother. We have your nurse. Christina Oh Chris. I Christian. Hello. Where are you calling from Christine? Here's. Christina urine. Ers, we heard so that means you're going to get even more respect than the average caller. We give our color a lot of respect, but an er nurse gets top respect from thank. You Mike. What's right now? You guys are in Houston. It's. It's. What's the status I think I had heard that Texas was legitimately running out of ICU beds. Yeah I mean we tried to ship out a critical patient the other night and couldn't get a hospital that can take him in Houston. We tried to fight him out because we didn't have a specialist for it and could not find a hospital. Tragic. Tragic. My God and people need to hear from people like you on the frontlines because I think a lot of people know as we've talked about on the show, and I lost a friend and and I think people like you who are on the frontlines. People like us who've lost a loved one. We're seeing him. and Dan was was explaining something on the show I thought that was really. Really Land with me that unless you're on the front lines in the seeing it, you can kind of live in this sort of dreamworld. Where you you know you're just you know obviously I, know people are suffering. They're not working and the kids are in school, but it cannot at. It's a little bit Outta. Sight Outta mind whereas someone like you. who seeing this every single day It must be just very very traumatic for you. You also see what Cova does to people to write. What an and and a lot of! That's something that. Americans don't see we don't see the What's what's left of people? After Kovic has ravaged their bodies and and and you know wrecked habit or rectangular on their organs and stuff so Shot. It's a slap in the face when we're risking our lives and then people around here, saying it's a hoax or that it's A. It's just frustrating. 'cause we don't have any reason to live at it right I know I know about it. We see that we see I. See even our comments on on Instagram so this Donald people were like. Enough of the mask talk. You're becoming like every other show and I wanted to like. Throw my fucking phone at the wall. Because I was like our friend just died, so there's GonNa be some Cova talk where a photo mask right. But Anyway I. WE thank you for for I. Think There's nothing more noble than than being a nurse and an. Extra Cherry on top for doing it in the ER. Because the things you must see. And I WANNA, thank y'all real quick for the video that Y'all did with your Patrick Harris thanking the healthcare workers. It did not get enough props, but it really meant something I. Thank. You thank you so let's switch to something more like. Are Our main mission is to make people gigabit. Do you have any questions for for us? About scrubs or anything could be about the flash I don't know. My question is what's the craziest thing. A Fan has asked Joe Oh. My Gosh, have you ever signed anyone? And then they? You saw them again and they were like. Turn your signature into a tattoo. Yes, I've had that. Get Tattoos and he was weird. Yeah, they're. Talking about this yesterday. There's some really weird tattoos of me out there and also I actually liked the ones. Some people have tattooed. Lines from garden state that were meaningful to them. A film I wrote so I that I think is really cool. Because my something, I came up with was. Meant enough to them to put on their body as a as a as whenever a a a a mantra, if you will, but what I've seen like like the weirdest faces I've made on scrubs. Screaming out of fear like actually in this episode with Tom Screaming out of fear, and I've seen that on like someone's die. Down I saw Tattoo of you as Turk soda. It looks nothing like me looked like Charles Barkley. I'd. You're on my back and it looked like Charles literally. Now you know as a kid. I was a big fan of Charles Barkley but didn't look anything like me. It looked literally like Charles Barkley. The weirdest thing that's ever happened to me I. Get a lot of people asking for it to Eagle. Yes that happens to you law because they think you very strong and they don't. Hold a lot of people up there. Yeah, but it's it's. It handled. Do a lot more people mount you than I would ever. Listen if you are brave enough to ask me. I will most likely oblige now. Off. Said most likely fine print that being said that. Print Tom is like you must be under a certain amount of weight before trying to. Do it in front of the children or his wife Mich lobue. Well print is the fine print truly is. It has to be a special occasion. You can't just be out of nowhere like you walk down the street and. Let's Eagle and that's not going to happen. There has to be you know it has to be something. Like if I'm at a conference, and yes, you know what I mean and. When you're not woozy. So that's the one thing that that's one thing that that's pretty weird. Is that being asked to? Eagles like really want to jump on my back. You feel comfortable right now to walk up to me and asked me to give you an. And asked me give you a piggyback ride. Tom Have. You ever had a weird fan. Moments bit of your young flash. Fans have asked for something odd I think just what you were saying earlier. I think it really tests your metal as an actor. When somebody suddenly unveils a tattoo of you on them, because you know, I think the reaction they're looking for all. That's great, Wow! Your reaction is. Right. You. GotTa you gotTa. Try and cover that as best you can because they've got. A impermanent, INC on their bodies worried there. I'm just wondering. Of course. You. Naturally assume they're going to regret it. You think the next day. You don't think you're going to end up seeing it ever, but. Of course it's going to be a massive regret well. We talked before you came on tunnel about how I'M GONNA get Donald on my face. Just. To Jail reminded us that I should not. Attempt to shade it in at all because We listen to Europe is. Face of course Jon guys were. On in a moment of nervousness, guys guys. Here's the voice the Voice of reason. Please listen to the. assured you would be solely an outline of his beautiful face. How many people had sent you and apple teeny in the bar. Oh. That's a good question that's happened a bunch I gotten sent a lot of apple TV knees. They don't I. Don't like apple to be honest in very sweet and sugar I don't I mean I understand if you're if you're young or if you're I if you're out for a night, you want to have a funny cocktail, but I just think if you should get drunk on them because they are so full sugar headache or the next day I I, one of the owners restaurant in New York that I'll give a plug to now called the Mermaid Oyster Bar and seventy nine to. Seventy nine McDougal, if you'd like to check it out when the world reopens. Is, how do they serve oysters at this? They had the sixteen different types of oysters. Said today serve wasters. Bundling, he was trying to. Turn to see if it was legit. Voiceover Leisure. He'd be a good friend. Tell us more about. You probably want to know about our lobster Roll Donald. Do you have lobster? Roll All we? Role in Manhattan I'll tell you that right now. The really yeah, yeah, seventy nine point was. The owner told me that he's like. People keep coming in and ordering apple teams around. And he's like I said. Can you make them? He's like no, we're not making. Your fans to stop ordering. Larry's. Younger they were tasty though. I don't know. Do you like them? Christina at little, sabre me. Another question for US Christine and One. What is your memorable scene that you don't? Own question good question wow. Well, Tom can go first because he's to cash. Because he's only did. It's easy. Know I loved almost every scene we did for comedy. There was one of the three of us were. Part bunnies where we did the farts talk. And the thing that we had to you eating breakfast, and then we had to go I had to go to the bathroom, and it just became this long running. I'll be in there for one minute two minutes five minutes ten minutes one minute. And then the other one was just the John Ritter a stuff to have been like a part of with with you guys was. You know it was it was meaningful certainly. Back up seeing the bathtub scene was a little less fun than you might expect. Side one point John, C. Riley's like by knowing. You're sitting in about two. Probably eighty percent of your own urine and I think that was probably closer to true, so less fun, but at the same time you. It's one thing that I hear a lot. About the Captain Bubble Bureau do whatever the heck it was called. Anyway. You guys. That's enough now. You had enough time. I've stalled well enough I feel now. You guys have the tarmac ready. John Shows. How we answered something similar to this recently, but I wonder if there's the same answer for you don well. The Star Wars. Right. Also, getting the opportunity to do a Indiana, Jones situation in someone's colon was a lot of fun. Doing the whole opening to raiders of the lost Ark in side of someone's calling. And then. To be honest with you. One of my favorite scenes. Is a song, but Zach is singing. Everything comes down to Poo right now to this day is one of my like. I watched that. With the smile and I can't watch a lot of the things that I do, but that's one thing that I've done where I'm like. That was that was fucking great time shooting that yeah. One of my favorite times was repelling across the the fake city street on the universal back lot. Yeah, the episode where Donald and I to define molly Heather Graham's character and we repel across the street and the nail, the wall and I fall into a bunch of garbage, and then I get up and she looks at me and I act like I'm surprised to see you and I got molly. Doing here. I was just the most fun because you know. Do you remember how you got the to repel across the rope with pulled your shirt off of you know you pulled my down off of me I. Count On. It wasn't a shirt. And I go. Yeah, but. gasped. Shirtless. I turned I turned into a thing to repel across the street, and then and then I go molly and she goes. What are you doing here? And then all of a sudden you receive Donald in the background. Drop down into frame. So that was just so fun because you know, we didn't always. Yeah, as I've said before on the pockets. That episode was like so epic. We didn't do episodes that were that big. And then we were like taking over the universal back lot to that scene, and I was directing an and It was just funny. I remember just laughing my ass off that night. All right well. We gotta go because our shows going so incredibly. Long Stena, thank you from. All sincerity. Thank you so much for for for forever for being on the front lines for us. To give a quick shout out to my best friends. That are Super Jealous. Right, now, course. You're upset Preston Nikki. Euro Preston Nikki is Donald Phase on and. And Zach Braff. Sorry. was happening. I. What's happening. Why Nikki and by Christina? Thank you so much. Thank you. Now listen. It's not beneath US scrubs to do a Fart joke every now and then and. LOVES TO FART DORIAN. By the way we were, we were lucky enough to have the late. John. Ritter do a joke on. On the show before he passed away, and now we have the great. Tom Cavanagh honoring us with a Fart joke. We sprinkle them around. Sprinkling around is good analogy. Your reaction is tremendous. It's like it's everywhere. It's a man who can escape. It is so horrible, though when when someone is flatulent in a car and you don't have control of the window. Isn't it just a horrible horrible moment of life? I think airplane is worse, but yes. Airplane. The person you. Know know. Everybody staring straight ahead. Moment on a plane. Where like you don't want anyone to think it's you. React to go. She always point t shirt over my nose, so people know like. Oh, he's reacting. It's clearly not him. It's just like when you go into the bathroom. After somebody took his shit and on airplane. And then you've got to come out and face all I'm sure we've talked about we have. We talked about that horrible thing. Especially when you're in the public eye, you don't want someone. Be Like Dude. I was on a plane and Tom Cavanagh crew bathroom. And meanwhile you're thinking like no mother effort. That was the guy before me. I don't know I don't know if I'd be that upset, but okay. Yeah. I have an anxiety about when I go into a bathroom, and it's been just rocks, and then I come out and I'm like I didn't do that. That was someone before me. About public restrooms period, DUDE! Yeah, you put toilet paper down on the seat. Listen Man. We could go to the movies. The whole family back when going into movies was a thing, we'd be at the movie theater if I and the movie could be five minutes away from starting if I feel even the slightest bit of a bubble in my guts. Going home. Really! I'm not shitting at a movie airport, kids. What do they do? They stick cry on the way home. You'd. Listen, we are remember I remember one time going to a club and getting to the club and being at the club and. You know about to dance. And it was lit that night, and feeling a bubble in my got some being like you know what I'm going home. At restaurants? Reportable mood. I try my hardest not to poo in public. I have a phobia of it it's. I don't know man. Outings to a concentric circle where you can make the getaway. If you have to know, there's been times where I was like we gotta do some. We gotta do something. You have friends. It's something about public. Public restroom. Is I used to have that? For some reason, the kid do it. When I was a kid I had it. I got over it, but one thing I can't do is if we're in the men's room and there's and there's a line of stalls I cannot who have someone else's is in the stall. I have to wait until the stalls empty. You can't hear. Me I'm on. That but also I can't sit next to the person, and they're like partying, and and you hear them. I can't. It's too uncomfortable for me. I. GotTa hand it to them for their effort. Really, you really have to go. I don't WanNa. Be that Guy I've been. I've been in the bathroom where a man did that. And I was a kid I was very young, and it was me and we were doing a commercial. It was a basketball commercial. What yeah, it was a basketball reading jealous I know we should talk about basketball. You have to come back on because we need to talk about our NBA. Entertainment League days and Tom. Tom Already since we since you said thanks awesome. You heard this Dan. You heard this right so I was invited. So that's what does. are going to be now. Now now. But we were filming a basketball commercial, and I was very young and one, but I wasn't young enough where my parents had to be there, but there was one kid who was very young and his dad had to be there. And His dad with play Bass. We were playing like we were all doing this, you know. The commercial, so we were all playing like full courts on other basketball courts. and. We would play with his dad to and we've I, remember going to the bathroom and a bunch of other. We're going to take a leak. And the dad was in the bathroom and was having a real hard time. pooping. The type of stuff where it's like Oh God. Damn. Man. Shit. Off. WHY WANT! Wai. have. Corn. The corn. Corn, people are might be eating when we listen to this. Cut The cord. No I WANNA. Leave it. Okay all right anyway, my point is. I remember when he came out of the bathroom. The shame on his poor sons face because we DANETTE blowing it up. Oh and I think that's where my phobia comes from I, don't WanNa. Be that guy my when I was a kid, my mom took me into the stall with her. You know I was of an age where she was obviously not leaving me alone, and a woman was really farting a lot as she was going poo, and then we came out to the sinks, and I apparently turned to the woman and pointed moment. MOM, that's the lady who is farting. Honey. My mom says to this day. That's the most embarrassing moment of her life. All right. The. The. Guerrilla by the way Donald I literally. Donna my notes. Other, that was really funny. REVEAL YEAH! I thought that was very unique. Ken was ever in the suit. A great question. That is a great question. Let's bill. That were all right. Let's ask Bill Because Bill I'm sure you WANNA. Say Hi to the Tom Cavanagh and You know I did notice. Some of the fans were were missing you and your sabotaging our show by yelling the secret numbers, so bill was Ken Jenkins in the gorilla suit, and also say hi to Tom Cavanagh Bill. Guys how you doing Question, number two Ken Jenkins in that gorilla suit I seem to recall is what I love about Ken. You know trying to be respectful of actors as like of course can if you WANNA be the guy in the suit you know we and I think he cut me off and said bill is not GonNa United see me. I don't care if I'm ever in that gross. So I do not think can Jenkins was ever in that thing? Pretty sure. and I respect them more for it also got to say man not only one of my favorite guest stars in the show, but an all time. Good Buddy Tom Cavanagh hello sir. Oh, hi, Tommy! How you doing man i. don't mean to steal this podcast, but has been way too long since we've seen each other's. As got to be at least like for like five or six or seven or eight months. Thank you course. Off. Season to Dan. Get A new. You need a new trick trying to hijack our show. Speaking of tricks, the janitor never does his trick to I was asking I was about to ask that. It's a writing to writing flaw bill, sorry. What was that about? Since you just tried to hijack our show by saying? The numbers I will tell you even now. You can't reply that you're finding up. Over. Over fucked up, some talked up why you lay in the janitors going to do a tricky never does. I think it's mislead for him being in the gorilla suit. But, but he's he's like twice. Ken Height so that doesn't really work. To saying. do you WanNa? Talk about how great it was Tom Cabinet on the PODCASTS. Do you have to come back? You already said you will I'm. I'm GonNa Force your hand. That was a classic misplayed on your two guys parts here. He goes I can't Tonkin back as He's obsessive dwells. He all he does. He's like He's he's just come back. Come back, come back. Dude love! We have some stories you and I. We've played a lot of basketball too soon the next time you're on. We'll talk sports ball. You can go gravity and we'll. We'll talk. Radio I will just put on Dear Evan Hansen. You guys will wave on zoom call when it's A. Perfect no seriously man. We love you. You're great. I'm so happy to be part of this. Thank you guys for having me on. 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107: My Super Ego with John C. McGinley

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107: My Super Ego with John C. McGinley

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Donald Phase on. It's a very very exciting day today on this podcast. Do you know why we're getting epoch today? We're going. We're going over epic today. Yeah I mean don't get me wrong. The creator of the show that's fancy America's favourite Canadian Sarah Chalk that's fancy. But nothing is as fancy as someone who we love as much as this man who I can say, I learned a lot as an actor from and is just a really fucking talented and hilarious human being. Stand by Dan with the thunderous applause Q. Johnny See McGinley. Avoid the legend, the legend that is John McGinley? Donald Hello Jackie. How are you? I'm firm? Yeah you. Always always all ways Johnny. How's your How's The you were saying? Just before we we? We start recording that You know that. You had been home. Schooling your kids, so this isn't as odd a of a switch for you. Tell tell tell everybody a little bit about that. We've been home schooling forever Billy's twelve. Kate. Almost ten and we've been home schooling for. Since all the way through elementary school here one thing the friends obviously, and we've been taking this thing super seriously. And we're totally lockdown because we got cold, my wife's father here who has? A Pre existing challenges and pre existing conditions, and so we've been taking this thing. By the letter and so look. We're lucky enough the Livin this place. I mean there's I built the baseball field during the writers strike on scrubs and so. There's a baseball field right behind me, and so we use that almost as the playground and. Other stuff. This is a kid compound, so they can run around here, but they don't get to see their friends that don't go to do. Dance and aerial and pottery, and all the stuff you do when you're not home, schooling or good at the beach. Listening friends. Do you have friends like I was just thinking about Donald who who are home-schooling for the first time calling you got any advice or I'm watching Donald. Do it and he's like hiding out in his closet. I've rental kids. This is how. People. Don't call the this department for that. They call they call upstairs to the Nicole Department. She and I need to get on the phone. Because I am failing miserably, my wife is my wife is a champion. She runs the household, but I feel like I'm starting to slack so much that she's like when this is over, I'm leaving you. I think you can compartmentalize and play to your strengths, Donald. You'd be better off I. Don't have many strengths, Johnny, you've got sports. Johnny said he's doing. He could be in charge on the do have a competitive spirit, and that won't allow my kids to beat me. I have problems guys I have problems will then here's my son screams at me because I never let him win he. Is We. Have this thing called Papa? Shot and it's like a you know how you go to the carnival, and you get to shoot as many jump shots as you can, and you verse somebody We have that he destroys me a net so much so that I don't WanNa. Play the game anymore. Man Well, I'm still I'm still for you guys doing this this this podcast I've listened to this is either the fourth or fifth one I've listened everything, and it's I've listened to. While I'm working out 'cause it's about an hour and a half or so and put it on and I go in the garage, and it just makes me happy. Does it does it get with the when the theme song comes on. Does that get you pumped? I liked it while you guys are so goddamn talented. wrote that it's our first. It's our first time as as Lyricists Donald I. Don't know if you've been lyricist before. First Time is putting I put a lyric or to two songs in song form. I I've done it. Yes, well, it's my first time and I very good at this. Not your first dude, we say listen guys. You don't remember the songs that we had baby. Keep it real. Be. Less jail. I'm tired of you all of in my crew. See Donald so goddamn talented. He could single these songs and remember his lines. I could only do one thing. Remember my lines well. I want to talk about that for a second Johnny. B. Has Donald Donald you. As far as I see it in in the world of scrubs, there were two extremes there. Was You knowing every fucking piece of syllable and Punctuation Mark and Donald being like my in the same? Donald so bad talented that even if it took them, three or four takes the fourth take was. Perfect it was heaven. This episode in this episode. We'll talk about in a second, but there's a scene where dances to Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson knockoff and billy had to be just. It's like a fair catch and football. He just let that was manna from heaven than an actor would bust that out. That's not on the page. The page. I think that's also the beginning of of Turk, dancing and damn near. To give yeah. What was talk a little bit about how you did those because sometimes the just for people who are listening. Johnny would sometimes get those speeches the night before because are sometimes the day before hours before absolutely speech and I just I for those of you who don't memorize for a living, it's. Very hard, but doing what Johnny and did you on? The spot is sometimes close to impossible so. I remember you having a bit of a system. We talk about that for people. Will I keep these composition? Books of you know the composition books you have in high school, those black and white things. The first thing I do is I write out the text in my own hand, and then in the margins, put the verbs of what I'm doing, and so that just by virtue of writing it out starts to get it in your skull, and then by assigning verbs to every action that you're doing. That's the second stage, and then if I had time, I keep a rehearsal space here. I would go down. There's a whole kind of little film studio downstairs, and I would get in front of that, but a lot of times that was out the window, because billy, what Hannity on your way into the hospital? And I'm not being method hospital. We did in fact work in defunct hospital. grumpy. Sometimes I'll say that the different people like yourself. Method I'm like no fucking method. It was a hospital, so it's up the clock up. And so I I got when I got to the hospital, and they would hand me new lines year, Disney would give us make it up. Because remember, but fifteen hundred dollars to improve our dressing rooms since our dressing rooms were hospital rooms where people had died, and where people had been saved and what I did with my fifteen hundred dollars doubled down, and I hired an acoustic firm, and they came in and soundproof dressing room, so I wouldn't have to hear you idiots in the hallway and. All the dogs for some reason, because one or two of you brought your dogs. The whole crew decided well. Zach Donald can do it. The guy in sound in the guy that production he can do it so all of a sudden it was pack of about son. Pardon dogs, and as Karma would have it and I like dogs. I hate most people's dogs. I like dogs, but I don't like them at work, and so I remember that I. Remember All I. would all you would hear get out. I'm trying to remember to fates. Who Pages single space do you remember? Do you remember Christmas story? How they how? He's always fighting the dog's neck store? That was like Johnny on our floor. Because Johnny was like Oh. Someone's shut the dogs. The dogs all wanted to be with Johnny. And so much so that I don't know you guys are remembered I. I don't know what season, but I wrote a letter to our bosses at Disney to the HR department, Human Resources, and then I did what you're supposed to do with an angry letter I according my grandfather I put it in the drawer for tonight's supposed angry letters. You don't press. This was not when you press. Send. I wrote it put it in the drawer for two nights, and in the intervening time, someone got nipped by a dog on our war, and Disney found out about it may, and they were like what they're seventeen gonNA kiss me. On the third floor. I took that letter. Put Radovan shredder because. I thought you were GONNA. Give us a big reveal that you had written the HR letter, but you're saying you never center. I did not I kept it in the drawer, and then I was. Let off the hook because you're the guy who made it so that people couldn't bring their Goddamn dogs to work. then. You're that guy. I was look the fact that matters. How do you memorize? Those things feel here fears a really good thing. And I was just afraid to disappoint. Billion wanted him to write those things for me and so. I. Got To get him into my skull. You were so good at John and those grants. I was looking on Youtube. Just as we're gearing up for this episode, and just like people have like top five. Dr Cox rants like it's like a thing. People love the just listened back to those, and and some of them are just so epic in hilarious where they get hard as when billy started and I don't know whether season four five six. Good problem. When he just started writing lists that had nothing to do with the item that came before it. He just write two pages of lists of reasons why I. don't care about you becoming a doctor or something like that and they're just this random list. Those were hard. Memorizing a story is a piece of cake. These lists to two pages single space oblast. On the other side we were talking about how Donald would show up like Oh shit I gotta monologue today. That time in my life that was a time in my life. I don't know I just I I don't know what was the matter with me I smoked I smoked a lot of marijuana back into not that I don't know. I smoked a tremendous amount back then. I don't think this was the beginning of the run that I. Did this I think as I got comfortable, things changed, and as the show got successful, things changed, and I slacked and I remember somebody asking me like dude. What do you do when you go home and I was like I. Live my life. They were like what about your job I was like? It's getting done like I was so. Comfortable that you knew that you get it and you knew that it would be cut together. It'd be funny, so you like it. I. Don't know if I was yeah. You know I don't know what it was Since then I have you know I've tried to make sure that if I ever ran into anyone else. If I ran into people on other jobs that worked with me on scrubs and remembered how I was on scrubs, I wanted them to have a completely different opinion of me after we finished working and so I if anything All of the you know, all of the you know me being unprepared and stuff like that apparently for later on because now forget about it i. you know I'm like you Johnny. If I mess up a line I'm putting a hole through a wall or something like that. You know what I mean. Done in three or four takes I want us to get out of here. Can't do it in three takes didn't forget about it meant like the not wasted. I feel like I've wasted everybody's time well. I feel that more especially now when it's your own show when I'm going to do a supporting part on something and I fuck up a line. I just get so mad at myself. Yeah we! It's funny enough to doing the show for nine years. We were so comfortable and and that that comfortableness led to a lot. Lot of amazing stuff. Because there was no wrong answer, we were so silly with each other, and we could riff, but now I find when I go. Do Roles were I'm not lead or supporting or I'm or I'm in any whatever I'm doing. I'm really getting mad at myself. I fucked up aligning I really. I really put more effort into it than I ever have is about to say Kazak. I remember a night where you put the sides. People out there who don't know what sides are there the piece of paper where the line where they write the where they miniaturized the script into just a tiny each day. We get a tiny version of the script. It's probably I don't know. What is it like eight inches by four inches? Something like that. I remember one night where you take those sides to my forehead off camera. Yeah, but I would like everyone to Google Marlon Brando in the Godfather and you'll. And you can. Just put in like Marlon. Brando Godfather Line memorization and you'll see a picture with James Caan with a huge poster board taped to his chest. Now saying this real. Yeah, I'll send you guys. The picture I'm not saying I'm I'm I'm Marlon Brando but I am saying you're James. Caan and I am. Yeah listen. There's Times where you go on. Fox I. Do not know this, Donald. Would you mind taping this to your forehead? No, you didn't say Donald. Would you mind you're like come here? No. The. Fuck I remember taking on like you I will never we used. Do is like whenever there was a place to hide them off camera. We tape them to the desk. Tape them to whatever sometimes you take him to the front of the camera, but I remember that one time like couldn't get it down and was like the time was running out and I. was like Donald I'm so sorry, but I need. My character needs to be looking at your face. Johnny. You never did that. Donald Donald and I would hide our sides all place I don't have any, no, you. Little notes here Narran your hand. No, but not. He wouldn't hide them in reference them during the scene like you. Know I just if I was struggling with Latin, which all medical terms latin-based, if I was struggling with something in Latin that I hadn't been on the phone with real jd for an hour the night before. I would I would phonetically put it all those clipboards that we carried and last-second I'd take a look. Now remember the hardest. One ever was broken. Heart Syndrome took a super bowl cardiomyopathy, and that's about this long and I. Still Frigging, remember it. Took a super cardiomyopathy. Now. Legend, has it that some of the best home tests for movies or television shows have happened at your house. Is it true that you want dug a hole in your backyard for part? No. That's not. Talking about why would he dig a hole in his backyard I? Thirty self self taping and was digging a hole tape. Oh, he's saying that you. You got all into yourself tapes and would dig holes. What would that be for platoon like he's going to? Be No. No, I met with Oliver Five Times. Know. What you did use to self tape at home a lot, though at some point right well when that came into vogue. Sure now you can do it on this thing, but for a little while there's a camera on a tripod down. There was down in the rehearsal space and yeah for a little while that that's what audition this came to be. That's a good segue into into your additional for this. Will you donald and I and we asked Sarah to talk a little bit of our experience. Sarah's thing was. hilarious right. Listen to all the yesterday was genius. So tell us about yours because you heard bills telling of yours, but I I I think I think our fans are interested in how it all came to be Do you remember like your very first time reading and all that? Yeah, because you had already been in so many other things before this I know you were coming from a very different space because you'd been such amazing movies and and. I just wondered you know Donald had done some work. I had done. Virtually nothing so, how is it different for you? I was coming from because I heard Zaki I heard yours with the. You're a waiter at the. Luckily. Look at your waiter over there a know Donald had done. Denzel movie and done, but I was on a track, and how how to take something off this, so it doesn't sound arrogant, but I was one about. I was on a track of doing about four films a year and in my brain. It was that if you ever I, said Yes to everything so I did plenty thinkers, but I just always felt like that. More film Begat more film, so I was just always around the world doing. Whatever you offered me and I wasn't going to come off the film train, and so then they sent me scrubs, and there was a as billy told you. There was a John McGinley part. In in parentheses, it said a John McGinley hype regarding Cox, and I'm like well. Just make the offer. Hey. Yeah. Billy over at Disney, and that was great. He was one of the great guys on the planet and then. By the time actors this weird thing when they get a little too comfortable as they subvert themselves, and I felt like I did that because there were tears of different hierarchy that you had to go through on this thing, there was the casting people which I got to skip. There was billy then you had to audition Disney then you had to audition at NBC and so I- tanked the one at Disney and I don't know why I the lazy or presumptuous or a Assad. Johnny, did you? Did you feel that in the room? I always know yeah. And so I? I said Billy just WanNa go to the next level. Blow the back of the room out. Just just don't I just found a few off at at at Disney? And when I went to NBC as you guys have have have sorted out with Billy and Sarah there's a room not much bigger than the one sitting in maybe sixteen by twenty and the casting guys room, and there's people on the fennelly on the on the fence. Everywhere hiding on the city with sitting on the ground. All over it. It's bad thanksgiving talent show production with your aunts and uncles. And so I didn't recognize. There were four or five other doctor. Cox's Air I didn't I didn't recognize any? And I was just like it didn't really matter because I already did. Just for actors, you can get good at auditioning. And I got really good at it because I use the rehearsal space as a spot to get this four minute compressed little impression. You make a disciplined down. I got really good at it. The fact that I tank the Disney didn't matter I was doing some other bullshit, but when I went into that room. Room I was just GonNa fucking kill it and I did, and when I shut the door, and at the time I had this Jersey Muscle car. Mustang five point zero, black, convertible, and I started driving home on the one and I was like I put Bruce on, and it was Blair and I'm like I definitely got that if I did the show sucks. Builds on build story where you said Johnny. Cash, money or something like that I said it was money. I said honey I. said You WANNA. Do it again and I'm like phone I hate when director say. Do you want to do it again? Because if you got it, you got it. All I do when I do things again you ask me I'm going to start changing things and I hate. Rewrite thinks highlight to rewrite shit I. Don't like the right anything like it on the page. I like the crush and I like to leave, and then if you asked me to keep doing it again and again, I'm going to get bored because I know you have the can and must start changing things and what I did with Dr Cox. Years so I changed his syncopation. I turned into this kind of Martin Scorsese on LSD. Thing where I did these. Long pauses, and because I was getting bored and. He's walking out and do some like. We like crazy pause. I. Would stretch. These words Russia people love that when you go. He he he was bored. Didn't know challenges. And, so that's the actors brains. It's really firing like our brains were on that thing. Remember people don't understand. We were there sixteen hours a day five days a week. We spent much more time with each other than we did any semblance of family. Because there's a finite amount of hours in a week and for nine years pretty much we were together for. Fourteen took by the end of the week sixteen hours and ended up. In a band so little in an abandoned hospital, and it's almost like Donald. Understand when you're practicing free throws if you do nothing but practice free throws, you will get good at it. Just will, and by virtue of beat just scrubbed saturation. People got really good at their jobs. I was the other thing. I Remember Times where we you'd have like long long monologues. There were times where you didn't get it in one take, but then there were times where you would get it in one take, and I remember directors being like. Should we go again and you've been like we got it. Let's go and we only got one take John, and he I don't. Go. There's so many let's go through some of our favorite johnny `ISMs one that just came. My mind was moving on vk. Goodwin's for you. There's five good ones for you was. Winning would shake your hand. How are you better now, yeah. And, then he'd go when we were done with John Michelle was the name of one of our editors when when when we were done with the scene. Go I think we gave Sean Michelle some Mo.. Cut to cut to a couple of days later on down in the editing suite, just micromanaging everything John Michelle was doing i. know you are always that's where you go. That was like your. That was your. That was your escape from hanging out on the third floor for the dogs from the dogs. You just run down to editing and be like. Show me what you got, but also to post production company in new. York for when I when I lived in New York up in the Brill building for fifteen years. Post is a very comfortable place for me. Read on yeah. Yeah, and and and and I just remember you being Wedeman Donald and I are always trying to sneak in there as well and you'd be like I. Remember I have great memories of you mean like here. You gotTA. You gotTA gotTa Susan. People have to understand. It was a very insular. Place, there was no place to go. It was scrubs university in this five story abandoned hospital and You had to be there. You couldn't really go off campus. You get in trouble because invariably a skip a scene and say we're whereas John and. He went down to do something so you can't go down to do anything. It's interesting to me on here. When you're on a back lot, you can saunter around and you talk to other shows, and you can talk to people that have nothing to do with your show, but there was something I think a. Great that happened on our on our show in that we were so insular, like Johnny said in that hospital that US extra clothes. Because we never went anywhere wasn't like we just all were always together. And I think this close. Something Billy didn't share which I've brought to different films and TV shows up produced since is billy introduced the first or second day of shooting in the cafeteria, which is the largest space that one hundred twenty person crew could all congregate? Got Everybody together and he told them that he was going to put no asshole policy in place and everybody laughed and sounded kind of stupid billy, the lease confrontational person on the planet and what he meant was that. If you come to work, you gotTA bring at least a modicum of respect with you otherwise. Don't come, and everybody knows just all back to the school yard. How to be nice to each other and how to be respectful and a couple of people subsequently got fired for the no asshole policy. It didn't mean you had to come to work and walk and pins and needles, but you had to come to work and be respectful. And I thought that was great and I do it on my sets now, too, and if people don't like it, they can get the fuck out. That that's that's real talk You know since Scrubs I've been part of a cast where you know, everybody's been chilled and lovely and everything like that, but there's there's that one time where you have that one person where you're like Oh my God I wish. I was still on scrubs right now, so I could freaking sit in the background and watch. You get fired for being such a fucking asshole right now. You know what I. I mean it's not that complicated. It really isn't. It's really easy to be a good person. We were really lucky I think there's so many castes that when you hear about a show that you know there's still there's a finite number of shows that go this long and we genuinely all really liked each other i. mean I always say that. When I'm do presser. Someone asked me about the show and. What was the secret to the the magic and one of them is that we genuinely all liked each other. We genuinely all rooted for each other when we would see each other at the bar after after we wrapped, we were like just as excited to see you know johnny walk in the door. We and that didn't wear off I, mean we? We genuinely all loved each other's company for nine years yet. You know that's you know that's that's a. that's actually very true. We partied so hard after sixteen hours of hanging out with each other. We were you would still be like Yo. Fox and Hound still has about two more hours until it closes, and we'd all congregate at Fox and hound after spending the whole day in some of the night together man. I would I would go back to my hospital room and go to sleep for the night because I couldn't drive out the Malibu, and so after after having a couple of Beers, I went back hospital sleep, wow! The next Johnny tone about how sometimes you'd come in exit traffic at like four in the morning. I would I had this thing where I can't be late? It's just can't I just. I can't organize being late and so. My window was I, could leave a normal time if I had to call time at six or ten, but if my call time was anywhere between six and ten, I would take six o'clock call and just drive in and five go to sleep for a couple of hours. Memorize all that shit that billiards writing, and then be fresh and ready to go, and plus there was a shower. There was a communal shower at the end of our hallway and I use that thing all the time. I never I never showered. They're done I think maybe once or twice. A day, was it? Was it a shower? Was it a? It was hot water care? That's all right. We're going to go to a break Roy. An it career. 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Yes and But, but before we get into the nine eleven of it all, which has a profound impact on this episode I when I was looking through my composition book down in the rehearsal space last night when I was looking forward to talking to you guys. I noticed that I always in the I. If you're lucky enough to have to write a lot of different composition books like we were on scrubs, I always put a vision statement on the first page of what. I John Not. I got the Cox. WanNa do with this thing. And I saw that the mission statement on on scrubs. was to find a place underneath the text for with every episode where you can say I, love you too Max and I took that seriously, because my son Max had been born a year too earlier, and when we started in two thousand one. And, actually born with challenges Mexico. Down Syndrome, you doing great now, but I decided that Cox underneath it all so that would never be came. To to drippy just underneath every episode, there had to be one spot where I got to say I John Not, dot! The Cox got to say I love you too Max and in this episode it's it's right where when I'm talking to judy and I said just because a guy has problems that doesn't mean he doesn't need. And then there's this long pause, and it's because I kept getting an apple in my throat, and then he says you and. I was from. I reminded me that I took the thing so goddamn seriously. This mission state that I wrote to match, and it informs everything that Cox does because. I think Zaki knows I was considered the Cameron. X Ray machine that it can see through all the actors bullshit, and we all try to bring a walk and a lisp. ECCENTRICITY, and in less, that's still down to a real pure instinct cameras just like. Bullshit, that's bullshit and you can see. It's night and day, and so that when an actor brings a mission statement that demands that he finds a place somewhere in the text underneath, not just underneath the text. To say I love you to a kid who just challenges. That pops that the goes. Oh, that's true right that he's telling the truth. And that's what pops I love that you said that Johnny because I, think one of the magical things that you did with Dr Cox was find a guy who so tough. and. Find a way in every episode to show that his H-, he was doing everything he can to protect everyone protect his heart, and from people seeing the amount of love actually had he had one hundred percent super, super tough cement. Fear, because he was Alpha and he was a bad ass doctor and he didn't want people to know, but then you would just. It was like it was leaking out of. You couldn't help it, and you'd see these little moments where it's like this guy has the biggest heart. He's just keeping it all under wraps. That's perfect for this episode that we're talking about. About right now. One Oh seven! Carla is the only person in the hospital. Who's known you long enough at this point to be able to see through that bullshit? Okay, you're being tough on these people, but you care you're you're in it just like you know what I mean? You're not scared, but you care. And I think that's what started you what started cox? Correct me if I'm wrong to have feelings for her like okay well, if everybody's afraid of me and this one person in the hospital. WHO's willing to stand up to me? Even, stand up what to call me on my bullshit. There's a there's a special place in my heart for that. And I honestly thought the caller was going to choose you know when we were making the show, I thought she was gonNA choose. Cox Over Turk I was Kinda hoping that when I was younger that he would choose. Cox overtook that have more love interests. I. Oh my God. I can't. We talk about that with Judy when limbs? You know the writers. The writers as Donald was suggesting out of that renders room came different nuanced flirtations between Cox and Carla I never know that this one is obviously really prevalent I. Had I've seen this in twenty years, but there's a vibe between those two. For the next like five six episodes and absolutely yeah, it's. Cox Turk have it out and then Kat you thinking Donald, do you remember thinking like will? We didn't know what the fuck writers were going to do. Do you remember thinking like? Oh Shit is judy is? They're going to write her to go off with him. Yeah I. Remember Thinking that because they had history. That's the one thing that the two of them out of everyone in the show and also. CANS character Kelso. That three of them all have history, but Cox and Carla have history like I imagine Carla Cox was a very young doctor when Carl came in. You know what I mean like she had been there. Karla Karla had been there for a while, and so they knew each other that dumb. They may have hooked up. That's what I thought. I thought there was at one time, but I was watching today. I was like these folks. Folks. It looks like there's two characters have history. Yeah, absolutely, yeah, that that we're going to take it to our grave, and never speak about this history right and I liked Donald and use Aki unabashedly love Judy, and so that was an easy thing to to groove into you. Guys had great chemistry and I and I was really noticing that again. We're watching all these with fresh eyes after so many years and I was. Watching this one I was really. was reminded how good though scenes are when it was you to. You guys had amazing chemistry together absolutely I. Don't think there's any acting going like I say the cameras, an x ray machine, and it can see through bullshit, and it could see that I I love Judy rate unabashed. And I always have. Let's get into the elephant in the room because I was actually really nervous to watch. This episode is the first one that I was like. A pit in my stomach because as Johnny touched on, this was the episode we were shooting when nine eleven occurred Happened on a Tuesday. We had shot a Monday and then. Nine eleven occurred, and we should all tell our stories of that day I. Think I remember. I woke up to Howard Stern. You know when you're half awake and I, and you're listening to Howard Stern was talking about it. And it got to a point where I went wait. What am I right up out of bed and I, went and turned on the TV. And I remember thinking. As we all did holy Shit, this is what the fucks happening in the world, but also as a young actor who just got a job I was like. What are we supposed to do here, do we do we go work today? Like how and I remember I? Still was like I. Think I'm supposed to still go to work so I I went in. And I remember Sean Hayes who was our guest star was there and he and I sat in my dressing room and watched it happen. And shortly thereafter, the day was was canceled. Do you. Guys wanted Mar. Tell what what what your memory of that. Yeah, I remember getting a phone call, and it was like five o'clock in the morning I. Remember picking up the phone and recognizing the number and cursing the person out on the the fucking problem I'm work I got work in a couple of hours. How why are you calling me this early? You know what I mean. And she said and she over the phone goes I'm sorry shit? Sorry I just want to tell you that. A plane crashed into the world. Trade Center and I was like Oh, shit him. So what? What? What what? And I ran to the television, and I turned it on, and like everybody else in America I was stuck. watching television for and in Randall finally called him was like we're not coming into work. You know, but today you the day cancel. You don't have to come in, but I remember just sitting in front of the television very much like I am right now you know what I mean. I feel like I. Wake up every morning and my and the minute I. Wake Up, I turn on the news to check. Check to see how many people have cove nineteen? How many people we lost because of Covid nineteen, and what the plan is to figure out how we're going to get rid of covid nineteen. You know what I mean and I i. You know very for the next week. I remember. That was all that I did. was I just watched the news to see what the heck is America going to do next? How about you Johnny! Were you called in that day? I went back and looked it up last night to the north tower got hit at five forty five am and I would left about ten minutes. After that to get there and so I saw the first. Mother didn't really show the first, but it looked like a plane went into the first building, and then I had to go, and so the South Tower got hit about twenty two minutes later at six three our time, nine three New, York time. And, so I would have been listening to it on the news, but all of this me. There's something called a mental model. It's how you perceive things in my mental model. It was it was like the plane that hit the empire. State building before we were born, there was a prop plane went into the empire state building, and nothing really happens not nothing I'm sure. Some people died and it was horrible, but. It just sounded like that and so that's how I was driving into. Into Burbank and when I got there, that clearly wasn't the case, and then my brother worked on the sixty second floor of the South Tower and so. I kept trying to call them, and so and pretty early on became clear that nobody was going to get through on any lines on cell lines or landlines, because everything disconnected on those towers and so I, couldn't get through to my brother, and this is when an actor's imagination is a curse, not a blessing, you only imagine horrible things, and it turns out in eighteen twenty minutes those intervening times with the between the north tower, getting hit in the south, our getting hit. On March trading desk, they all had been there when the shake from Newark new. Jersey had set off that bomb in the van the basement ten years earlier, so everyone will marks trading desk got up when the first. Build the building got hit, and they started to make their way down the stairs, but it was such a cluster fuck going down the stairs, and those eighteen minutes from the sixty second floor down only made it about twenty stories. Everybody from like seventy two died, and so mark got a concussion going down the stairs I. Don't know how you got really disoriented. And by the time he got out of the building, he wandered up the FDR drive to East Harlem. And, so he was missing about twelve hours. And so made it. To Harlem. Cow was he just didn't shocked Johnny and Yes! And so I sat in the hospital for all that time, and then I tried to his wife who lived out in Short Hills New Jersey at the time. She only had an outgoing message on her machine sane. Mark I know you're okay. I've gone over to the Smith's house and we're waiting for your call. There will no calls came for about twelve hours, and so I sat in dressing room. Thinking horrible things, and then obviously the buildings came down shortly after that and. What almost four thousand Americans died. And so, that was a that's the backdrop frost shooting this episode. It's miraculously episode even makes any sense that because of what some of some people were carrying into the frame. I think it's a weird episode. Took bring I, don't know if I'm bringing my own anxiety of of of of the time to it as I. Watch it now, but I'm also going. We were all not present for these however many days hundred percent right absolutely and I felt like especially when you look at the first episode chunk that we've just washed what you're like Holy Shit. Look at this show. We get their finer all cylinders. This is the first one where I go. We all understandably, obviously, we all look a little spaced out to me. That's when I watched it last night A. I mean there's obviously a lot of funny stuff in it that I wrote down. That made me laugh. It again like us I can't tell me imposing. I'm John. McGinley onto what Billy Lawrence created those twenty one minutes. But, it, if you just said disconnected it, it seemed a little disconnected to me this one. Yes, absolutely. Could it not being right? Yeah? Right yeah. Brother it. McGinley's brother just got out of the the was the south tower and was missing for. What are you superman? Of course, you're going to carry that in front of the Lens now. Do you guys remember? We took that Tuesday off? Did we work the next day or take that day off as well? No I think we cook Wednesday off and we work Thursday. Yeah I. DO REMEMBER This I. Remember the very first thing we came back. Believe it or not with that fucking dog show fantasy so I remember. Remember feeling horribly guilty that we should A. Should we even be working down? I'm under contract and I'm an actor I'm not going to ruffle anybody's feathers, but should be working, but then like yes, everyone's back to work here. We go and it was okay. What are we shooting I can do this. We're going to do a fantasy where you're a dog at a dog. Show and Johnny is going to feel your balls. And I was like the first thing of Johnny. Do you remember that it was obtained? I must have been Thursday morning was me. Watch it I remember. On My. That I wrote down I wrote down the door and the dog show flashback. I decided to make you both really uncomfortable and I think it was because I was really uncomfortable, so I love actors. I would never do anything to ever ever heard an actor especially when it comes to the physical contact and I think I was. I was not appropriately gentle with you. Guys I took your ears Aki and you can see and I took your fucking mouth, and I opened up and Torah took Shawn's ear. And I was I was uncharacteristically for me as an actor, not Cox, but I I love actors so much. I would never ever do anything to hurt them, and I would think I was I was not appropriate with you guys. Very rough I remember being manhandled. Thank you for Pantomime ing the testicle part though because I think that would have been a little too rough on on on me. I'm sure at some point. I put my fist up your rectum I. Don't think so at least not in this episode. That may have been in late. I think you did wearing like a hand puppet, but it was in episode four. I think during the dog show thing I may, I may have engaged you. Well, we were joking with bill about how the crazy sound effects would would would. We're slowly phased out I? Don't know maybe because we all off in this episode, but this episode is so many ridiculous. So manning and there's the there's like a Santa's sleigh jingle bell noise when you grabbed my boss. That's the choice that was made. Somewhere in the in sound effects editing, they were like okay. What's the noise for Johnny? Grabbing Jade's ball skies about US Santa's sleigh. Bells Jingle Bell Jingle Bell. sleigh bells you know what I. What I thought was really funny. He's Accu when you and Kennedy are up on the roof. And he goes to. He does kind of fake attacking you. Up. and. Whether or not you're just a great actor, or if it was really weird, it looked really weird. We have seen by the way just. Stand he calls you a County Jehovah Album is? Is that Europe pansy straight up. It's a weird scene and I was waiting for something to happen I remember. There was a fantasy where I, where I fell off a roof, and there was a stuntman and did a big jump I always that this, but it doesn't really go anywhere and can just up there smoking a pipe. He calls me a Panzi. And then almost throws me off the roof like legit and then like that's the scene. And a couple of scenes before that at nine forty four when he goes, keeps shooting you the. He he comes over and gives you a hug, and then Kenny wraps his leg. And I think that's a fantasy. Johnny, I will. I didn't know what the fuck was happening there either and then there's a white flash out of it. I think that's JD's fantasy. Why would done it in the Finnish? Why would cast on his leg around you? He mounted me maybe well. I just want to say. I think that's I wrote down that I think that's the only time in nine years. Jenkins ever mounted me. Hitch. Can We? Can we talk about jerking off real quick yeah. As a part of the just in your own life just. We can talk about both. Let's talk about both how about can't good okay? Here's here's the one thing I. Get that first of all have to call backs to mash. We have you as a kid playing match with your brother. And this scene, the whole jerk off scene is actually a scene from Mesh. Movie if I'm correct where they trick somebody to go into the bathroom off the. When did jerking off become a bad thing that you've got to be embarrassed about? Well how you're not. Jerk off work all write that down. As passes as a surgeon got it. So Autumn Okay so clear it's okay to masturbate, but once you do at at work. You've crossed the line. Yes, I think this. This could be a public service announcement for people all over the world. Don't masturbate at work. It's crossing the line. The more you know, the Dan, you can put a little more you know. Tear. I I saw something I saw something. When Donald Night get to the scene of that comes before this. When we're in the cafeteria and I tell you to go to go, and what's the town I? Tell you to go to. Town, or something something like. What I what I do, I'm? Dale Palmdale and I have a pet peeve with actors. who wait until they swallow their food to saline, and if you notice in that thing, I, always take the soup to hear. It doesn't go in now does. Don't the I show? I never eat by the way disgusting now whenever you will. If you've ever seen me eating in a anything I've ever done it's. It's rare I owe it. My character is always done because I don't want to deal with all the continuity and eating course showers. Okay people are starting to notice that actors aren't eating on television shows and movies now. The big Ed before people didn't necessarily notice that something that I think people are starting to notice now other than Brad Pitt. No one eats no-one whenever I when legit eating like whenever I see someone, I watch a scene and someone's like I'm like Oh God. They eight like for probably four hours. Not My character is always done. Always also if it gets in the way of of the actors, saying the line and we have to wait for those of us in a big family, nobody waits talk until they swallow the food their mouth. They just segregated over. Do kind of a chip on cheap, and then they just fire out the words otherwise. You'll lose the floor at the dinner table. Did you guys have goto meals that they were always? There are lots of scenes where we're supposed to have food and farmers. Did you guys have a go-to thing you would ask to be in front of you? Stake show a steak. May Too because you never need. I just I'm gonNA steal that Johnny. I I'm always have a plate of. I would always tell them. Can you make it look like I'm done and you know and. Because season with soup. You can just the spoon the proper the spoon is, it's indefatigable it perfect it can you can, and plus you can throw it at somebody you the proper the schoon. Uses phone I. I always went for steak because I can eat steak forever. I can eat steak like nobody's business, so you were eating. You are in your neater. No, but if I did have like there was one episode where I did have to eat. and 'cause Turk gets a really bad heartburn, and it's when Heather locklear was on the show and. John see myself and had a likelier at some benefit. And Carlos supposed to meet us there and she never shows up. And I wind up eating a bunch of steak. And End Up in hospital would really bad heartburn. So I always went I always went for steak because I could eat it. It tastes good. It's easy to season. Throw some salt on it. You know what I mean it's. It's good to go. I thought there were a couple of different times in this episode. Where despite everything? The ensemble work in one where is where you pass the torch to Shawn, and Shawn just fits right into the style of the piece like he just takes the torch we pay. We Pan with you out of frame. We come back Shawn's put the torch down and you guys just keep doing thing that was. I was cleverly directed and I and I want to say it's a rare moment where that's obviously a fantasy, and there was no flash in out of it. I was clocking that because you know bill always delineated fantasy with a with a little white flash in that noise, and this is one of those rare times where the torch is is a character, a prop character in the peace, and there's no, it's both times it comes in. It's just handed off and not a really discussed, and it's also what's also. Sean is Shaun's introduction which would become a classic scrubs introduction, especially with beautiful females with wind and slow entrances as they walked down a hall. Sean gets to come in on top of Gurney Shadia, someone's life and it's just glorious stood. I wrote that down Johnny I'm glad you brought that up because I wrote that down I think that might be the best entrance other than other than Defense Dyke Dick Van Dyke. Interests Pretty Amazing, too, but that might be one of the best entrances for male in scrubs history. Joel do we need more break where we take the go to these lovely people? All Right? We're going to go. Take a break and we come back. We have questions from some fans that are calling in, and they're going to have an amazing question. I'm sure probably for the legendary Johnny seem endless. I'll give you a hint. 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Oh Man, wow, you're the very. Very very much for for calling in Who's going to ask the question? Awesome. Oh. Hey to your. Day To Happy. Birthday! We call. Nicole Let. He's grown menaj. Also. He works in hospital and. Not like us. We were doctors on a TV show. Yes, bringing it home. So wait, did you not know about this? Is this a surprise are? Reliable? I kept it for maybe forty five seconds and. You should have kept this prize until you guys zoomed in. How would that been? But then you never know who are these guys who are the guys who are these guys? All right guys go ahead. So I guess the biggest question is I. Guess What it came down to I watch a lot of the different pets. Medical shows and I found that out training so far. So far. That the show of scrubbed actually portrays how hospital life really works the most accurate of all the medical shows despite it being primarily comedy. Would that something that bill purposely did. We got something that the staff tried to incorporate and I I listen to. Wanted a really good. The Iraq. I was I was. You're absolutely right. I was so afraid to go into the hospital at that point. Listen since then. I've I've developed a a listen. If something's wrong or if I feel like something's wrong, I'm going right to my primary and we're GonNa talk about it before that. Though I was just like every other person, you know in the African. American community we have a stigma when it comes to doctors were very afraid of the bad news and you think I'm joking, but this is the honest to goodness truth and. Done I've done PSA after PSA about talking talking about going and getting your numbers known. Get to cholesterol. Get your your. Your your blood pressure your blood sugar I. Love you trying to list them into an er doc. I'm just trying to listen. Glucose. No, no, there's four there's. Anyway. Johnny Johnny. Why don't you answer because you're the special guest about about his question? I had spent. The first three weeks. My son's life, a couple of years earlier in the neonatal intensive care unit and I carried most of that was that functioned largely as all the homework I ever needed for. A MEDICAL SH-! Replica trying to medical stuff and Max had different challenges born down syndrome, and he had Mike Skeptical. It's hard you also. We had teasers, all sorts of challenges. But if you spend your the acronym port is the Nick you if you spent three or four weeks in the Knicks, you. You should get enough of that on you to be able to tell the truth in front of the Lens, and so that that's largely what I was trying to honor when we were doing. Ethical Sean Scripts. Say Relationship Stuff I. Think Bill also has said you know. We knew we were going to be silly and we knew we were going to have these crazy fantasies, and we knew in a lot of a lot of ways was gonNA comedy, so he wanted the baseline he wanted to drop in for all the medicine to be as accurate as possible and and that was also something that John Doris wanted to. J. J. D. One. He was like listen. You can make fun of all of the things we did that. I did in college and stuff like that, but it has to be grounded at the end of the day. Don't make a fool of us. You know what I mean. Make sure that that there's truth behind everything as well. Yeah. I think that that's one reason. I think the American Medical Association has said which we always thought was bizarre, but that they said that this was the most medically accurate of all the medical shows so we always took that as a badge of honor and I, think bill was really really proud of that, he he said we can be affiliates. We WanNa be when we get into the medicine. It's all going to be real, and also once you get that once. You get that tag where you got where someone? Someone says to you you guys are the most medically accurate. You don't ever want to fall off that that bandwagon. You WanNa stay. You WanNa. Stay on that. You want to make sure that every story. At least for at least in the first eight seasons I don't know about season nine, but in the first eight seasons we made sure to stick to the to the actual script. Keep it real as they say. Oh, is that an expression I? Hear the kids say that now. Do. You have another question. Yeah, go ahead. That'll be the the the more. Difficult question to either why? What keeps you gotTa Get? A routing didn't get taken with you guys, but what about like the GT necklaces or anything like pat? I'm not a I'm not a souvenir guy, so I don't ever. I shouldn't take stuff from a lot of different sets, but it's not I. always thought it was bad luck. I never. You don't need any scrubs whatsoever. I don't have any scrubs house I think it's I. Think it's a jinx. What about the? What about the kicks because Nike sent us a bunch of kicks when we were making that show. That's different. I. He's sending swags bags of different than. I do. Yeah, I, don't I have I have the slates from episodes I directed the thing. We clap in front of the Lens. Directing them, yeah, and then I have the I have the. From when we did the pilot when I was a deer in headlights, Donald is showing his his. Grocers, hundred episode sneakers look worn and ruined they are. These for like a year I put mine on a shelf and saved them, and their meant in Donald's are all fucked up I'm so proud of this and looked and I worry. The best relapse on the planet for for Christmas you guys, one thing that's funny about this podcast on zoom call is that whenever don wants to reference a piece of clothing? He doesn't have to move from his seat. He just reaches out of frame and pulls it in. Or not. Well we are in my closet. Though is just funny like you've done that a few times now it's not even like you have to stand you just reach out of frame and fill out well. I'm on my side, I'm. I'm. On my side, so like all of this is me. This is my wife stuff so. I was not I was thinking about doing was turning it all around and doing it from a different angle, but I think I'd just confuse everyone. No, I love this I will forever remember this time of doing this podcast and steering you like. It looks like you're sitting on the ground in your classes. You know it's not every day that we have a real live Dr on the show right and so this is this is. This is pretty special thing. If you have any other questions feel free to ask US Donald Giving you the rare third question you can have. Shown. It's because you're a real doctor. It's never been bestowed upon anyone. In all seven episodes of fake doctors, real friends are what was the most emotionally difficult episode. You guys did yes good. Johnny, what's up? I thought this one would have to be right up there, just getting through this one and trying to to hugh to the style of the peace, and and not fall to D. Eleven overall it was. It was impossible. But Johnny. We have to give a nod to one of the best episodes ever where you just incredibly good in that Brennan Frazier. DYING EPISODE! Yeah that that we got the act that was acting. This was this was real. Life just killed four thousand people, and and it was I thought it was almost impossible to get through this episode, and when I watched it, and it actually just made sense just did. It makes sense yeah. Not Great and she's good. Yeah I was GonNa say it still has some really genuinely funny parts, and the emotion that Sean has at the end of the episode, and even and the emotion that you have with Carla into episode. You talked about that earlier in the podcast. About, how it gave you a lump in your throat and everything like that because you were speaking your truth. At that moment. Stuff right right. Absolutely. I think stuff like potassium and at. Him and Tick Tock. Those things caught me off. Guard left when I was watching I also I'm sorry to be. I'm sorry to be the guy who laughs at a at a Fart joke, but I- legit laughed so hard. When when todd goes. The wording of this line is so funny sir. I farted long pause. That smell is from the far that I made. You know he's got line. But. The wording of that the wording of that. I think it's the funniest thing in the whole episode to be honest and I'm sorry to be so simple that I love that much, but I just thought the wording of that that smell pause is from the fart that I made. Meanwhile the surgeon what's his name is in there like what's what's that smell from what the hell happened? What's going on? With that actor did a good job, Charles. A thankless role he's you know he's been in a lot of movies actually to he was in. He was in dumb and dumber. He's the guy. Dry and right down the middle. Yeah, he would Charleston's great man he. He's stuck around for damn near the whole show. You know it's interesting I didn't realize Johnny Castle was in the show that much. Me Neither. He's in like every episode even. Starting. I really. Don't remember the Doug had this big a role in the show, but Doug's dunks. Doug's got a lot of stuff going on. Yeah, thank you guys so much for your questions. And of course be safe on the on the front lines out there. My friend, re totally appreciate you. Thank you so much. Thank you so much, thank you. and. Thank you actually for calling in with. Your husband on, so we could have the honor of having been your boyfriend. That's her husband. Okay? I thought you might have just been proposing for him, he's. You get it if you get a surgeon, man or woman, you marry that person yeah. Lock it down lockdown. You're a guy who got a female surgeon. You marry that. Yeah, yeah, be well take. I thought Sarah had a really Nice beat when Sarah's being overwhelmed for a moment where we're in the closet, she she's so good at turning stuff she just. She's really upset, and then she. Turns it. He puts on that grave face and it's. It's a little gem and I have no idea of nine eleven imprinted on her subway for that which she just turns it and it's. She's so nimble. I forgot how how facile she is emotional. Favorite lines in the show is when she goes I'd let him drool on me and then the way she looks at. Zach after she says it. She met that Shit. Donald any memory of the fantasy at ten forty seven. which is that post-apocalyptic like? You're standing by a fire I. I remember. After I saw it I. Remember doing that seeing I've known I was like. Where is this going I? Didn't where it was. Basically, it was the basement. What's interesting I, even though this took place during nine eleven. There are a lot of moments in the show where I was like wow i. don't remember I don't remember this I, don't i? Don't you know there's certain things that I did remember? I remembered Sean Hayes in him. Getting choked are definitely remembered. The last seen would. Would Johnny. And Judy rare he kind of slips and professes his love for her. I remember all of that because that tracked with my story, but other than that man. I say this every week around. This show is it's. It's so much fun for me because I don't remember any of. It's like I'm watching it with fresh eyes. If you if you weren't in a scene or let me say this about me. If I wasn't in a scene leaving by dressing room to go, watch all right, but even when the show came on. To me right. This is all brand new for me, but also Johnny. You weren't smoking long heads, so you probably have. You probably have some of your brain left. Okay, so donald is like I didn't even know the show is about doctors. I was very young. I smoked marijuana when I was a kid. It's so. Is that your first? Correct me if I'm wrong. Was that your guys I seem together that you him to beat off. Yeah, it's it certainly seems like it. I don't know, but well we had. To the writing Yeah Yep after that you and I had so many scenes, you know all of a sudden I became Gandhi I. don't even know how that was that an Improv from you? Did you make up Gandhi or Let Billy Okay but yeah, at this is this is the beginning of the Cox Turk. Your very first encounter you. Because we. Athletes in the hospital. You know what I mean and so. Now it was like Oh okay, so it was like Michael. Jordan verse Kobe Bryant. Also, and also, he really didn't the whole point was. He didn't like you fucking with Carla in the beginning in. The beginning, but as time goes on. The beef that Cox in Turk- have is strictly. It's all your. You know this. We have this competitive fire. You know what I mean, and it needs to be a needs to be you know way. We need to fan that bad boy, so that we can live and so I think Cox Turk really enjoyed trying to one up each other. I do too, but I. Thought it was a little manufactured because again. If the camera is an x ray machine, and you can see, how am I? It was a little. It always felt a little manufactured to me remain. Believed that I had that big of a problem with you okay? I always looked at it as he didn't like that I was with Carla, and because I one and got that one up, he was always trying to get one up on Turk. That's how I always looked at it, but I guess I just I. Mean Even the basketball even when we played. Even we play basketball. You hurt your back in that episode that we do that even that you know what I mean, but hey you know. I think also the love that we have for each other. I remember my first time like Johnny. Please don't intimidate me and you like. Shut the fuck up. Nobody's intimidating you and. You, always so generous, though Johnny with us because we knew who you were. We both loved your work and I think bowl I can speak for both of us. When we were like nervous I was nervous to to work with you and I just WanNa thank you? For those who are actors. It's the person who's got more resume and is the bigger star. The onus is always on them to make. Everyone else feel comfortable around them and I thought you always were so generous, and never made us feel intimidated at all, unless it was obviously in the scene, but as a person you never did I felt like we were GonNa get this truly was even even though Jackie over respect was number one on the call cheat. I felt like this was the truest form of an ensemble, and that was never lost. And if that a rising tide, they're saying the rising tide floats all boats, and I thought we end to do this together or sink either either rise or sink together with billy at the helm. There was no confusion about that one time. I had to kiss his wife, who played my wife, my ex-wife on the show. Christa Miller, who is very dear friend of mine, and so I I just and in the middle of kissing her cheese tucker tongue in my mouth, and I was just I was like love. Not Okay, we're just. And so I go upstairs with the third floor. Are Dressing rooms are? All smoke and I. Am Not going door. We'll talk to you. Sit Down I. Go I gotta get my chest here. I was just in the scene that you wrote. I was just having a kiss Krista. And our she she started in my mouth, and he's such a whole bunch gives it a pause he goes. Did you like it? This, he did it to getting. Johnny this dovetails. Something I said. This was something I said. Earlier I think billy has a little bit of a little bit of thing for that. It was horrified. That's. Kissed by Chris was horrifying, but the bottles beautiful white be I it makes me nervous human tolerance story. That's so funny I. Really has a little bit of a special place in his heart for for many likes kissing his wife. I have a question for you guys when you watch the show now. Do, you feel like we foreshadowed so much in every episode like we foreshadowed a lot in every episode like even when watching this episode. It's pretty clear that Sean Hayes character. He doesn't have it altogether, even though he seems like he has it together. And it's and maybe because we watched the whole episode now, but every time nurse Roberts came in to address them. He always said no problem. No problem. And I feel like. I feel like that was foreshadowing. Obviously, it was a problem and this was going to be the issue that broke him. I feel like if you watch scrubs. What we did very well, we presented the problem to you early on and disguised it and disguised it, and or hit it with comedy and other things, but then at the end of the episode. We always hit you with. The drama to make you feel it, but if you watched all the way through, we would leave crumbs and hints that this was coming. I think any. Yes, yes, to that and I think in. It reminded me a reminded of it in the first flashback where Zach is with his brother and the the tag out is. We don't even talk. That lottery doesn't talk that much to me. And then there's this long I don't know when they get a twenty year. Disconnect and when Tommy Cavanaugh shows up at the hospital all that stop. The Zach had billy hit insinuated in in that scene. yields dividends because they have lost contact. They're completely disconnected and the disconnect is profound. perse so when Tommy comes in, and Jackie and him. Don't connect on any level, even even the John Ritter of John Jackie's father. They didn't connect at all, and that's all that I flashback. Yeah, but not just that even you missing Jordan the first time we meet Jordan at the end of your. About the wedding and all of that stuff, it tracks later on because you guys get back together and you do still love her. Even though in between all of that, you guys are warring and you date someone else, and you know what I mean billions very good. Job. Johnny did you like this, did you? Will you come back again on the PODCASTS? Yeah, it seems it seems impossible to to unload. The number of stories at. This was particularly hard episode when I was watching it. It was just a hard episode to a lot of stuff. Nine eleven came back to me which I don't know. A lot of people is heavy handed way of approaching something, but people actors are human beings and I was I was. Really impacted by nine eleven in a in a immediate family way and to got through this episode. in retrospect seems impossible than. That it's a coherent well told that goes for twenty one minutes is good. That's good, yeah yeah. There are there are levels of of a good better best excellent episodes, and this one just goes in the category of execute. We executed. Funny stuff in it and that good enough. I totally agree I. This is the first one you know. I Don I joked when we started doing this like you know, there's going to be ones that we like and we're like that feels. This is the first one that's something we don't like it. It's just that it's like we all have this. Pablo Vian response to watching it going Oh. This is feels wrong and weird, and we remember I agree. And I'm not discounting to all the great work that everybody did I. Say I feel like everybody did their job so well though? You know what I mean at the end of the day regardless of what we were going through at the time. If you didn't know that that was the nine eleven episode. You're not going to be able to tell you know what I mean we. Believe? That probably. There's so many great jokes and we just talk including. 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219: My Kingdom

Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

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219: My Kingdom

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I'm in Oxford UK and I knew that you were swimming in my pool in Los. Angeles when it was a hundred and fifteen degrees and I went on, I went on the on my phone with the security cameras and watch the swimming. That that's a little scary. That's a little trustworthy. That's a little sound. It sounds it sounded cute at first, but then it turned into in my mind. Fuck is taking my shit. I never. I didn't think you were robbing I was. Watching, you play with your kids and it was so adorable and I was just like and Florence comes in. She's like, please tell me you're not watching your friends play in your pool on your phone and I am. I might be. adorable. That so much. I missed you well, I missed you so much that I went to Your House and pretended I was hanging out with you in you went to my houses of. Hot as balls and we broke the LA. County broke the record for heatwave dude. Okay. Listen you can say what you want to say but it is orange here. It is literally orange outside when you look out your window. Because of the fires in San, Francisco is worse in the Oakland Golden State area that Shit looks like freaking blade runner to literally but Ryan gassing when they go to freaking vegas do it is freaking nuts. I've seen pictures and then here it's got like an orange tint everything is orange and you can feel it in your fucking throat. You feel the the smoke in the air in your throat dude and for people that are scared of Corona virus that was the first thing like everybody in the house all of a sudden got a tickle in their throat at the same time and we're all like shit. DO WE HAVE CORONA? Flow whatever flow? What she brought me a Moscow Mule Nice. Hsun she bought you an idea of. Positive, our Moscow mules going to be called additions. Changed. That name to. I'm Tony Right now to change. Your language Moscow mule needs to be the ideal show now. I'm just worried that unless you're, let's say you're not an avid listeners of the podcast, but you've heard that Zach Donald put out a Moscow mule canned beverage. You'd be like, what's that one of those guys made you're not going to be that GonNa have bucket an idea is I bet you do I bet. I bet you anyway love. I love me a Moscow mule. I gotTa say you love you some day Hsun Hey everybody. I'm sorry this is Zach Braff and I fucked up my recorder. So that's why my sound sounded Shitty for the beginning of this podcast, but can you notice the change now wise enough to know that I fucked up my recorder but now my sound is okay but not only did I. Miss You I. Miss Danell and I'm this Joel Donald you look like your hair's out that it is going growing. Grow. You look magnificent as ever really know. Always. High don't we have a reporter joining us today I we should tell the audience. What's happen share Yeah Donald we we're being interviewed by e entertainment there this. Big News Channel in the podcast has become so huge that that that reporters are clamoring to get into the room with us and say, Hey, guys, what is the key to why this thing is so popular, and so we have a nice reporter from e who's GonNa sitting on the show. We let her in Dan. Let's do it better and here what's her name says Lauren pice Ter-. Lauren Ladies and gentlemen little ditch you know. But welcome to the show Lorraine pies. From. An. I Lauren? Are United doing welcome to the show my producer my producer Joel had told me that you were just GonNa hang out and listen and I said no no Joel. That's not how donald than I roll she's coming in the room we're going to talk to her she's going to be you're going to be a part of the conversation learn anything yeah we were talking about California are you in California right now and California smells like smoke it smells it looks like it looks like Freakin straight up it looks like bladerunner outside right Yeah it looks weird. Orange. That is that is San Francisco pictures but. The San Francisco looks scary man. It's terrifying Lauren. This is what we do. This is we sit donald sits in his closet drinking something this channel. News. Yeah sure. On Donald, Donald justifies to his wife day drinking. When he does the PODCAST I'm in Oxford, which makes me sound smart. And I'm allowed to drink because it seven ten here. nope. Daniels Dental One New York Daniels in New York. Joel's in La. And we do this all over the world, this podcast we. Nine for everyone to drink, one person can bring. About that's that was the energy I was going on Yeah Joel I never agree Joe L. Do you disagree? No no I like these rules very helpful rules very, very helpful, right? If one person's drinking everybody's allowed to drink. In the United States of America when we do our next show is in that right? Joel? Yes. Absolute. Okay. So this is our last. This is our last intercontinental show dude Yes, Bro. All back on the same time slot what we sure you wanna come back to you. Well, you know Laura you're supposed to be commenting this earlier. have. You heard some things. Have you heard some things? Are we missing some things Lorne from news now? Just? They're just seen the news being a state of chaos. But separate. Awesome. Are you talking about the fact that the president hid knowing that the corona virus was a dangerous? Little Virus. Down the and That is the equivalent of that shit right the equivalent of it when. Like in the movies when the guy gets caught out there like in one of my favorite movies, which will talk about on the podcast that they can't buy me love. With Ronald Miller where he pays Sindi man to make him popular and everything, and then when he gets found out, he kinda just runs away from everyone. You know what I mean I feel like that's what this do did when he found out that freaking. That this virus was he just made it so that everybody wasn't scared of it in kind of just ran away from the problem instead of instead of dealing with it straight on that's night personally dineen everybody was scared of it. Anyway not everybody a lot of people cut that shit because they didn't they would bl- even what he was saying. All these fuckers that were like hydroxy chloroquine and fucking novelist stuff. It's going to save my life because the president doesn't think this that serious all of you now know that he knew was lying. But as Lauren knows from following the podcast on, we tend to stay away from politics on politics is fucking real life dude this is my life fuck this is by resistant political. Let's not make the virus political by saying because the president hit that shit that it's a political issue now fuck that shit that's up. He's wrong for that. He was wrong for that. I didn't WanNA cause panic fuck dude. If that's the case denounce freaking white supremacy and let's talk about. Let's talk about George Flow, and let's talk about racism if you don't want to cause panic talk about that shouldn't of stoking notes, fires and causing fights across America man don't come in with this bullshit about we're not supposed to be political because this isn't a political statement. This is real talk right now dude, we got somebody in office WHO's fucking up and it's fucking up major league. Sorry. Aren't I don't mean to curse in front of E. Lauren wants us to change the show. Just as much as you normally do I feel like that's I. Feel like I. Feel like the viewers of might be a little upset that I'm using such colorful words but fucked dude, this dudes asshole for this man official. Is partly why you guys have kind of like. been like a defining feature of Mike, Orange because I've listened to every episode. I listened. Sweet. and. I love when you guys just like come out with it and you're like, you know it's not a political thing it's like people are dying and But we still have to like. Have a good time. Somehow I guess I think we'll ask where we strive to do here is for the most part. Obviously since you listen to the show, you know that we don't always succeed but we we strive to have this be sixty to ninety minutes of taking people's minds off the horror show because that's what a lot of people have responded that they really like about what we're doing is obviously, we're talking about the show we were on and we're telling funny anecdotes but we're really just trying to just say, Hey, we're we're four friends that are hanging out and and Shooting the Shit and hopefully not talking about so many topics that are that are so upsetting and and maybe just take your mind off at for for a second. But of course, it overflows and it's upsetting and we can't help but be be ourselves and real at times. Do you remember when all we had to worry about was the corona virus you remember when that was just the problem you remember when that was it and it seemed like the world was fucking coming to an end look at where we are now man come on your make America. Great again, my ass man come on now. On Now Come on now. Let's get that green new deal popping? Yeah. Let's let's say a bit and and why don't why don't we We haven't seen each other we've been off for a week. And I thought it was very funny when Donald and I announced it on twitter and instagram that we're gonNA take the week off. We needed it and people most people wrote you guys are deserving. Yeah. I feel like become a real word. I. Really. Blessed with when urban dictionary deserves now a word. I just loved people were like you guys are so deserving. Made me laugh and smile and and I mean we're deserving because we've been doing this without a break since the whenever the date was that L. A. was shut down because don and I were about to start and go into studio not to break we took a break in the whole George. Floyd. Thing went down. Oh, towards I'm saying that we we took a break at the at the height of the beginning of the George Lloyd mayhem, but we haven't taken a break for our own just kind of exhale and I gotta say I like it because it makes me miss you all miss you guys and it makes me I don't know it feels refreshing to be like we have so much talk about and catch up on and and I, don't know it's a nice feeling. It's nice to have absence make my heart grow fonder. That is exactly what has happened. I thought about. Each and every one of you not to learn sorry we just met. But I thought about the rest of you guys like a lot actually. Amen, I WANNA know how to go with your girlfriend's parents. They like you. They are Dan Dan Yeah. They're great. They're wonderful. They're like you. I think they liked me. Yeah. Think like he saw G v very sweet Joel how. What did you do? Only works slept and it was just. Yeah I've. Had let everyone know that I needed some time to myself eternity the care game So I slept and I cook with my brother and it was amazing I highly recommend it. Cooking. Bogey. Beef, Bulls. In Korean. Barbecue. Justin's like an amazing cook. So he goes out and just kind of sitting in the kitchen stirring things. Part of the process that is delicious. Sounds delicious on my gosh. Wow. Donald you never counted us in Now you know we usually count in, but we got distracted by the excitement of Lauren being here and and just catching up do you wanna you wanNA welcome all the listeners from all over the world back where they just a beautiful. Number count into our magnificent teams. Some stories About budget. Janet. Boundary here. Exactly. Hey what an episode lot of could sings in this episode. Things in this episode. Yeah. Some every once in a while we stumbled across one that has like you know four or five different moments that we really remember. The pimp walk is in the Strut the original one of two pimm stresses in this episode. Late Great Sam Loyd has a lot of funny stuff in this episode. Easing things in this episode but but we're GONNA get one America and the rest of the world's favourite part. Let me get on notes. Okay. GotTa go run and get his notes. I'M GONNA keep it one hundred which you guys. So the air conditioning went out in my house. It's been out for the past two weeks now. So yes. So enduring the heat wave, we went live with the heat wave. We bought a bunch of fans and stuff like that and have been fanning the shit out of each other in this. House. These are the reasons you have friends with pools your. One mistake that we Show. Do you WANNA. Do you WANNA. See playing. Yes. Yes. Lauren you weren't on the phone yet Donald went swimming at my house and I missed him so much I went on the security camera for the thing on my on my phone and I I took a screen shot of him and his family playing and my girlfriend walked in while I was doing it and she's like please tell me you're not watching your friends on the security camera play and I was like, no, I'm not. was is going to be hard to see but that. That's adorable. She's like she's like tell me you're not zooming in on Donald Right now I am I am looking I'm much funnies. So. It was a blast. It was a great labored Labor Day weekend that we just went through. Labor Day weekend. I got I literally I literally watched you like throwing your kids and having fun and then I. Felt really like creepy, and then my girlfriend make fun of me, and so I got off and stop water. Did. You celebrate Labor. Day. In London guys later. They don't have that. Here, they don't have put their holiday. Did you as an American in London celebrate Labor Day Bro Well? I did I chose not to work and I thought. I thought Oh I'm celebrating Labor Day here by not working I. Don't work I'm on what are we doing? We're just we we make this podcast I I'm writing the screenplay that I'm that I'm hoping to make. And you have violated we movie coming out. About that, let's talk. Let's get into it. You Robert Deniro and Morgan Freeman a meal Hurry Jones Tommy Lee Jones a meal. Also Eddie. Eddie Griffin. Eddie Griffin how did I forget the brothers name Eddie Griffin? This is a dynamite casts brother. It's a really big movie from you guys and and you know the trailer is really funny. If you didn't see it, please go you can see it on Youtube. It's called the comeback trail it's coming out in thirteenth it's you know as if. You're a fan of mine. You know that a lot of the stuff I've done I've at least been some part of writing, directing or producing, and then of course, the TV show that we're all talking about. But for me, I never really had a ton of opportunities to do a film like this where it's it's literally mean Deniro, our partners and And it takes place in the seventies and the premise is really funny. It's about this this producer places like really sketchy movie producer who's never had a hit the mob is after him because they he owes them money and he he figures out that if he kills his star. While doing stunts and making the movie that the churns check he could get would be way more than any money could ever make off of of of the movie. So he comes up with this scheme that he's going to hire some old of washed up actor and make sure he dies doing his own stunts. And that's Tommy Lee Jones. So he finds Tommy Lee, Jones who's literally playing Russian Roulette in an old age home and he's like your perfect for the part and he sets about we said I I'm clueless I'm like the innocent partner who doesn't know he's doing this. And he said Deniro sets about trying to make sure that while we're making this movie Tommy Lee Jones dies of. Hey. Let's not give it all the way. Now I'm not gonNA give it all the way. I didn't give away anything more than in the trailer. Okay but. It's just a huge opportunity for me and I watching the trailer and I just can't believe it. I'm like I'm just smiling ear to ear because I made the movie a year ago but watching myself like go go go toe to toe with Deniro is is is surreal and really cool. Well, that's the one thing that trailer doesn't show the trailer doesn't show how much of it is just you and Deniro this whole. Yeah I was well, there's this because being your best friend I get to know certain things but as much as this is a movie with Robert Deniro, it is a movie with Zach Braff. So Zach Braff, fans out there will lose their mind at really seen that is A. Next Bobby D and I made rhyme on purpose you're well again. Thank you. Thank you, Daniel. Says you honor me. Thank you. It is a it is a really big deal for me and so if you're if you're listening to this and you didn't see me posted about, please go check out the trailer it's called. The. Comeback Trail and it's coming out I think they say November thirteenth of course, anyone with the movie coming out is going I think it's coming out. I mean I don't know who knows what the Hell's going to happen by November thirteen a Lotta movies came out recently. Yeah I guess there's places of the country and certainly here in London I'm not tenant came out and and people are going to the theater. In Milan cotton theaters over there. I don't I don't know I mean. Yeah. I. Mean theaters are open here. So they have very limited seating and they have all sorts of rules understanding but they they are. There are movie theaters here. Okay. Let's get into the show Let's get into the show great episode directed by Michael Speller and I don't remember a lot of this I remember the highlights of course, I remember the pimp walk because I think it's one of the funny shots scrubs history I mean first of all, you've been talking that you thought you were overweight in this era of the show, but you look fit as hell doesn't. Gets hit. He's got the house. This is how Hollywood dude this is how Hollywood get you. Listen before quarantine I felt like Oh man, I'm so out of shape I'm a heavy dude right now I look back before quarantine I. Wish I looked like that right now because of quarantine I've gained twenty pounds and so to add that onto where I was before I wish I still look like I did before Brecon Kobe I was spelt I was fit. As they say in London I was Donald I was doing my thing you know what I mean and now you know are you uncomfortable with how your body is right now? Absolutely I'm so happy that I don't have to go anywhere to show anyone, but that's that's but that's a papa rot. So took a picture of you. At the beach. East whale that wow I know I'm asking I'm asking you. Feel self conscious about August let's let's keep it. One hundred Paparazzi has taken pictures of me. Again, I'll go for what I look like dude congratulations phase on your back on the motherfucking map. Perazzi. Take pictures of my Hershey's kisses and my big ASS belly it doesn't matter to me. I just know I'm doing something, right? diff- especially during Kobe if you feel like I'm the celebrity that you need to chase down during covert times when you begin Ariana Grande Day or one of the car dashing mask. If you feel like chasing me down is worth it. I'm yours. I think they're going to be outside your house I think you and I once went to Hawaii and we got followed and all these pictures were taken of us and I felt two things I felt annoyed because you just makes you in self conscious and in your head that you're being photographed without knowing, and then I really didn't like how I look. I thought I looked so he and fat. And I just wondered if that was on your mind because you've been sharing with our audience that you're not happy with how you're looking. That's all I'm saying I'm just I'm not happy with what I'm how I'm treating. And these times they say, you go to different ways. Some people get really healthy during this time and then some people. are like, well, you know since I men let's let's be comfortable and I chose the comfortable path and I just had my checkup and by the way it went great i. am healthy I, am. I got good. Cholesterol. I, got did you get the prostate check? I did I've already gotten a colonoscopy. No but did you get the finger in in in in deep in your pupil? Not this time? No I. DIDN'T my next year missing out. You can request even if you've had it, you can say like, Hey, man I'm here like give it to me. I know. I know I'm aware of this. This time I went I is optimal. Why did you get out of your age at our age? You're supposed to once a year get your prostate checked. I don't because they take a blood sample of all of that stuff to. Know, you gotta go in there with his finger in need touches the whole. Oh, that's not necessarily. So anymore from what I understand but you could be right and I might have missed out on getting my prostate check we'll. Just Chadwick Bozeman again is high alert I've already I I. I've already had a colonoscopy copy in the last couple of years and they say I don't need to get another one for five years. That's your colon, your prostate. They, need to put the fingers deep in touch it. Why why are you? So Shot I. Don't WanNa say because here Lauren. Why my prostate needs to be checked. I'm sitting here wondering, why did I get my prostate check this year while you gotTa, have everything checked above a certain age. I. Don't know when men are technique. Once turn of I say if you're an African American male once you turn forty, you should go and start getting checked out often and as much as you possibly can. Especially, if you have insurance because a lot of this stuff is covered by insurance I, think you should get it done as soon as possible. I don't know what age Dale Do. You know what? You're technically supposed to start getting the prostate check because I think we're joking about it because he does go inside your Butthole, but it is. It is something that people shy away from need to make sure they have done because Appreciates the earliest days for prostate cancer dot org says aged fifty for men who are at average risk of prostate cancer expected. nope. Sorry Fact Holden. That's full. I'm telling you. It's well before that I would start at forty th year man. Doctor. That's to fake doctor's giving you a recommendation. We're GONNA protect your prostate. Let them go in Let them touch it? Donald. Likes it. My Guy I, happen to have a guy who makes jokes. They'll say things like was that as good for us. It was for me your down. To that guy who's your guy? I'm not gonNA say his name on. What. BLEEP it out his name's. and. He sort of a doctor that that kind of makes jokes and lightens the mood bit which I kinda liked he sometimes sometimes it's too much. But for the most part I liked that he makes he has little witty quips anyway. Should we talk about the episode Donald for the love of God? Yeah get your time out. Here we go. All right. Ready. Lauren is you know from being our number one, a appreciator of this podcast that Donald A, we had a little detour when Donald said that he was gonNA, he was he had been trolled successfully and he was gonna not do his his sort of interpretation and what he got into the episode he's going to do a straight summary. Bill Lawrence was here thankfully helped me shut it down everyone lots of people on Social Media Donald said to the old way. So So here we go. Are you ready Donald I hope so. We go and go jd gets to be a surgeon for a week making him. One of the Cool Kids Turk gets to mentor his best friend and what it means to be cool. Elliott accidentally tells nurse flowers she loves him she thinks it's no big deal until he starts abusing their new relationship status and Dr Cox plays a prank on Kelso that goes so well. It opens the cheap medicines is how everyone in the hospital feels about him how he's affected surprise is not only Cox, but Kelso to sometimes we we take on challenges for pleasure whether it be for ourselves or others. But when you get down to it is what it is a challenge and if not handled properly, it could turn into real problems. Good intentions still have consequences. No. Good deed goes unpunished. Okay now very well, very well said, and you're a good writer the the the game is that you do it in thirty seconds and Pasta. and. This time impossible. That was to make up for last week. I had to make up for last week and well two weeks ago. I should say I had to make up for and I, felt like I owed it to all your out there to do that and so I did well I think it was well, said me this episode was a was a lot kept coming back to. Something every human being deals with I imagine in that is. Being, obsessed with other people think about you and and that's sort of the one of the for me. The main theme of this episode is funny I was watching it going. As they think about, Oh what's Donald GonNa say in his summary, what is the Grand Motif of this? Episode and for me, it really was everyone is concerned about what everyone else thinks about them that's a that's a theme with scrubs though like pretty much every episode we deal with the insecurities of how perceived on this on on the show. Jay Deals with it all the time. Elliott that's that's like the focus of her character. Same thing with Judy Judy deals with wanting to be liked by everyone Carlos character same thing with Cox we know now the Kocsis broken man, it really does this. This is the theme at least. So far of this season that you know nobody's put together, but we're in charge of saving so many people's lives. You. Know that's that's real talk. You know that's something that we as a nation deal with you know wasn't a nation or is it a human condition thing I think that we all have these busy brains and even if you're a super confident person, even if you're fucking, you know the most successful confident person in the world I'm sure you battle these the self-doubt and worrying about how you're how you're perceived I mean. I. You know and there's so many times where you someone a friend of yours or someone will say like. How they were perceiving in a moment and it's completely different than when you thought and I, think that plants down in our minds we go. Wait am I you know because it? thinking. Our brains can't always be perfectly accurate as to what how everyone else is perceiving us and that and that sort of makes us I'm sorry I'm saying university makes me feel insecure some times where I'm like. I don't know that I'm I'm coming across I. Understood you know what I mean like I don't know of like always coming across like I my brain I think I am. Tree had that experience donald where someone's like their perception of what just happened was. So one hundred and eighty degrees from yours that you start to doubt like, am I judging Environments Correctly Jeremy Yeah? No absolutely out the acting game is a perfect example of that. You know you put in your best performance and then there's somebody out there. You're very proud of it, and then there's somebody out there. Who says you know what you did wasn't good you know. But how you perceived what you did you put all the hard work and you you know you you you dug deep and you start you found something. But then there's going to be a bunch of people who don't see it the way you see it and you know that's just that's just how it is and that's what makes. If anything that's what makes people that work in hospitals human. We put all of this pressure on our frontline workers. We put all this pressure on people who work in hospitals and stuff like that to fix everything into and to make sure they get it. Right. But at the end of the day, they're human just like we are and they're gonNA make mistakes and they and they do things that aren't necessarily for us but sometimes are for them whether it'd be good or bad and it's it's important that we as humans realized that when we put all of this pressure on someone. That they're dealing with shit just like we are, and so you know I don't even think needs to be heightened I. don't even think I I just think that it's just a universal human condition. Thing is not even the obviously we're talking about a hospital show year. One thing I do love about these characters is that there are at least open to. Getting feedback you know what I mean like they're at least open to. I was just when I was watching the show everyone at least at the end has kind of I. Mean I know it's a TV show they to learn a lesson. But I, was just I was just liking that the idea of being open to getting feedback you know what I mean like Sarah gets a lot of feedback from Rick Schroder Character Kelso gets feedback from Johnny see quite aggressively in this I, get plenty of feedback from from Turkey in this episode. I Li- I just liked it in. So many situations in our lives we have people in our lives who no matter how passionately and calmly you give them feedback. They just don't hear it. They don't listen. They don't import it into who they are whereas at least in the show it's kind of you feel like these people are going to evolve because their friends are giving them powerful feedback that they need to hear. Right. But when you get feedback from other people, you don't WanNa hear that shit you know what I mean sometimes I do sometimes I doubt that's do you and I have you and I have had like arguments in heart to hearts where. I like to think but but still I think you said something that I that I'll go. Okay. Let me and of course, my family, my friends, my my loved ones I feel like there's plenty of times where I'll go. Okay. LemMe might be tough pill to swallow but let me sit with it. Okay. Let me let me see how I can make change I mean you do that? Yeah, I I I. Agree One hundred percent, but to hear it from a random person. doesn't or someone who is an adversary? Isn't necessarily something that you know when when heard is something that you know you wanNA receive it's just that's how it is. Of course, it has to be and has to has to be told in a in a gentle way and so at one fourteen first of all, I never won anything on this TV show other than blue scrubs. Thirty seconds thirty six seconds in there I am in Green scrubs alongside you, I'm GonNa. Tell you something real quick but I wanted to wear the long johns underneath the scrubs. And they told me right away. They were like, no that's reserved for Zach. Zach is going to be the only one that does that I had that in my eye. Then in my contract, you didn't know you did it but he's being ahead any. CONTRACT, negotiations, I was a fucking. A Frenchman described? I wasn't like the long sleeves are only for me. But I remember being like I would wear some long saves name like no we we've decided that jd and McDowell carrying thing. Are Brilliant. Cosmetics we didn't have carry better on this show by the way. That's a great idea. She has I want you to know by the way that we we we we've got a lot of requests for Judy and Saturday comeback we tried with both them. They're both sort of busy right now, but we will be getting them back. So the rest assured I also want to circle back real quickly since we we want to be responsible since we brought up prostate cancer and. Found the ages. Says Forty to have a prostate exam. If you have a family history forty five, if you're African American fifty if you have no family history and are not African American but I'm going to tell you that I started getting them at forty and I started also. With that and we're GONNA break. Hey everybody. Today's episode is sponsored by the New Mazda C X. Thirty so lately, we've been trying to do our part to be cautious and do what we can for public health. So we've been cooped up in the house a lot not a getting out a lot Robert. Is there anything you Kinda miss about the about the road trip or going on? Long drives well, I do have to say there is something really cool about having a long drive. Hopefully, you know like a in driving to the mountains or something, and you get to really dive into a particular album just really experience it beginning to end while taking in the scenery it's also a great time for the children to learn about metal. Machine Music. So. When Miles Gray and I drove the Mazda C. X. 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Donald, it's a really difficult time for a lot of people and I don't know that everyone is taking care of themselves and their mental health and I think it's a really good time especially since so many of us are are sitting at home to really take a moment and check in on on our mental health I've been having trouble sleeping and I. Think that talking to a counselor about it could be helpful because you just don't know what the source of it is and there's a lot of an anxiety in the world today and it's good to get to the bottom of what might be bothering you at you know Zach there are a lot of people out there that feel the same way so. I would suggest simply fill out a questionnaire to help access your specific needs and get matched with your counselor and under forty eight hours better help can give you access to help. 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Tight at this hospital I mean I thought know I. Don't even know how it came about like I don't even jd like turn around and be like, no, you're. Right. He accepts the fact that gets tapped on the ass that was by Len actually always, Lynn? Regulars. Yeah Lynn. Gave me a nice a nice firm pat on the bottom now let's talk about. Sarah. Says I. Love You too. She's talking about the CD because he's organizing CD collection and then Rick Schroeder's character hears it as a as an I. Love you statement. That's always weird. Hainan relationship the moment when you're going to say I love you. I. Mean these guys haven't been dating long the idea that love would come into it is pretty pretty early it sucks when it slips out and didn't mean it you know what I mean and sometimes that happens. To you how long relationship with Casey did until you said, I love you she said at first. Nice, over. Astro Burger could we would go to? The club every night we'd hold rallies yet. She was. She was fucking wasted like. I love you. Devoured Burger. This is the first the first I Love You Count Ladies and gentlemen if your Shit faced when you say I don't know I think. Thoughts. I think once said, you can't put the genie back in the bottle. Down there like how can it not it's been said although if the person does I used to have a rule. I couldn't remember it didn't happen. If Dude I, want. One Senate after a sex and I had just started dating the girl and God. Because well, I would going to I, was divorcing and I was you know out as a single man for the first time and you first time you had sex you had. I. Love. You. Yeah and and. After I said why an orgasm after I said it, I was like Oh wait i. I. I love that we just did was amazing and I love the fact that I'm doing that now not necessarily that what did she say what did she seem like? Oh This is really fast but this is. What will before we go down this and then I jumped out before. It was a sex. I was I was blinded by the light. Blinded by the light was he say next what's comes after that? I know the real lyric is. Row Row. Of Fuck I always obviously everything's wrapped up like a Douche but what is it time man revved up like a deuce and other runner in the night? Rat. Do, what's the? meaning. To. Do. A. Two cylinder engine revved up like a deuce. I ever a runner and I thought you said wrapped up like a deuce. Choosey Susie rap like. You caught in the middle of the night and you had to. Like, Shit I. Songs you sheet your bed and had the Detroit new. Lyric. That's not what it was but I always thought it was wrapped up like a Douche but. Sting Dude? No, I don't even know if you can wrap up do. But anyway, that's we have a we have a we have e here I'm sorry Lauren Fuck, sake know enough. Donald what did you think about blowing whip? This is a this is a fan favorite people. Love it when. Ted Develops this idea that he's rubber and your glue point. I love boing flip flip. Has Stuck with me throughout life. There's a few things in scrubs history that stuck me point flip is one of them. Soja face is another one. Yes. I. You SOCIA face like I. Use Point Flip. Now. There's a palm pilot here all the nerdy medical students are all sitting around down. You strike me as someone who probably had a palm pilot. You cut me. I never was like the first smartphone type thing, right? Yeah. Yeah and I certainly didn't need it back then either but yeah, I have one. Allender on an and it would go online. My now they're on, it said go to school come home from school very real important here. Here's. Here's the question now though now that iphone and galaxy I guess are the two major smartphone distributors. Are you going to get? The galaxy now that it does the xbox on. The Galaxy Screen Oh. Like what this is, what are you talking about? So xbox now it so that you can play xbox on your smartphone is remote play kind of stuff. Right and all you have to do is connect your phone to the xbox controller, and now you're on your Xbox, right? All right. That's cool. Can play on the bus well during the hell out of your battery. Shit if you can play for an hour if You, get. Use the. All anybody uses their phones for nowadays is to look at the to look at fucking instagram. TIKTOK. Nobody can emails anymore. Paper on their phones. Donald Joel or watching the wop video over and over. Is another thing that I could go off on for an hour but I there are definitely some things about android that I really like but as as long as I still have this this Mac book pro in this Iphone, I'll probably stay in the apple family and that. I got to tell you the reason I'm so loyal to to iphone is I feel when I send someone a text and it goes green that our friendship whom ever be limited you never. Know. When it goes green I go. I don't I Miss Oh shitty to say but I don't think that our friendship can ever go to the next level if you're. It's true. Because now you're left out of the same emoji categories. Giving into a group chat of iphone users with an android is literally nightmarish. Eight spent like days trying to figure it out and we go back to the twitter group jet. Pasta because I don't want to. Pay I don't WanNa pay to talk to I. Don't want to pay to talk to you and it's free if you have an iphone the minimum. You don't send him into texting. You have unlimited texting or anyone talking about you still gotta pay for data don't you? You don't have unlimited data. Talk. Daniels GONNA help get set up you need a better plan. But my point is running back. You know when you send, it grew out at home that she does not count. Listen, listen you know when you're in a group text and And you send it to like ten people and there's one fucker that makes it all green and you're like, who's the asshole? Who made this whole group, Jack? Green. Bad. About us you Joel Joel only for going to get the new iphone when it comes with is posted out this month and they haven't announced a date yet. No. Unlike eagerly, I WANNA get rid of this phone so bad. Oh, I can't wait. It's going to be a great day. Let's Donald at eight twenty two in his ballet outfit Donald were those moves you're doing bro that's definitely something that I picked up like modern dance class when I was a dying. And not only that you're fade that you had on that wig. Is hilarious dude. I'm going to listen like most actors. A lot of people will be like I never did that but as youth I've taken so many dance classes even if it was like one one or two, you know as a kid I've taken tap I've taken modern I've taken ballet. I've taken all of these dance classes to try and better my resume when. Casting directors look at your skills and stuff like that. If you've taken a class, you can say well I do Baden or I do tap or you know what I mean rand I all I did was. Channeled. From of the classes, I took as a youth into moment. It was funny. It was funny as Shit I mean I wish I could see the outtakes for that I don't know if it's probably on the blue the blue but I I just wanted to see more it was cut to quick I wanted to see you dancing around in the fucking I felt very felt when I look back at that now I look at that. I'm like, wow, I was in shape. Yeah. While we saw you when you did the Pimm stride I mean you had very you had like a C Cup and you looked firm. You know they look like as but they're really sees. Yeah, they were delicious. I, I liked your wig and then I had the long mullet on. The walking now. For something completely different when they meet in college I remember jd saying something and maybe this was in the. outtakes but. Jd saying something like I'm a first level wizard and must be different episode it's two different episode, but you're introducing yourself to. Jd introducing himself to Turkey is no your roommate and I'm walking I walk in. It's not the first time we're meaning. First Time we meet is when I'm when those are dri I thought we do a whole montage and yeah, there's there's a funny montage, but it's not I don't think it's the very first time we meet I thought it was I thought it was gonNA I. Don't I don't remember but I loved the mullet and and you and I in college and every time we cut back there. I think it's so funny that's a great story line. If they would ever do a re re a remake of scrubs, it'd be great to do the college years the college there's. Our old our old. The. A bunch of young kids all around us and we're just. Like that show fifteen you ever see that show Penn fifteen. No I have not. There's two women playing fifteen year olds and everyone around them a real fifteen-year-olds but they play fifty zero, we should do that. Hilarious. Get that. Fuck. Donald. We got the show guys that's that the fucking remake. I noticed that Carlin ambient really seemed to be friends in this episode of struck me. I was noticing that we've been talking about how they their their was sort of building, and now they're like buddies shooting the shit with no animosity she's giving her advice on on Rick Schroder and I think that our memory of how the two of them were. Just dates to the first few encounters that they had in the first season but I really do believe that Elliot and. Carla are they go on to become the best of friends? I don't know maybe maybe maybe I'm wrong on the timeline of it all but this episode is I was making notes that remain me think, oh, they're really like she's confiding in her they have sort of an inside joke about. She says something about Carlos, Hamas breath or something. Well, they do what they do it a lot when she started dating Rick Schroeder's character on the show they you know the two of them were talking where she's like she says, Carla you know how crazy and Carlos I guess she's like well, I'm having a hard time keeping that away from nurse flowers you know what I mean. So they've obviously have developed a friendship. Yeah she confides in her. How about how about Ted the lawyers reaction to Ken dying when he thinks. That's. The Johnny see changes puts the death date on on Kelso's portrait, and then on my God Sammy was so funny he was just like elated he was extent static. In the words of Mike Tyson he was a static. Let's talk about one thing. Ted. Ben is now doing commercial jingles. Do. You know a commercial tinkle he's doing when he gets cut off. When he like you deserve a break today do you remember what that's from? The. the right. My wife thought it was Disney. Like dizzy, it's close. It's close to Disney somewhat. What is it? McDonalds. At McDonalds McDonalds men, they've had some of the best jingles in the history. Do you know what one of my favorites is? A. Big Mac filet of fish caught a pound of French fry icy coke thick shake Sundays and apple pies. You remember that one no. That sounds like a route speaking McDonald's McDonald's is going to get a Travis Scott. Burger, where else do you remember this? I'm still confused by the travelers for the great taste. McDonald's remind. So confused by the Travis Scott McDonald's collaboration can someone who knows more about pop culture explaining to me Joel. Maybe Lawrence can't she works for E. Lauren can't she works like no no. Loved Travis Scott Man McDonald's the kids to come eat there because their whole lives they've been like, what was the documentary they made about? were. Me So like these kids their whole lives McDonald's has been like persona non grata. Gross don't go there somewhere else about for you and let you have got can't miss like Cactus Jack like shoes Nike we're selling out like crazy i. just think it's a really brilliant partnership to try to like get some of his fans in and there aren't seen employees selling the like cactus. Jack McDonald's like uniforms like six hundred dollars online. Joel. Scott. You know sometimes he hits in the rotation. Not like a stand alone and call myself of the evening. But that makes me you're on the same type of hip hop that I'm on the fact that you call it. Means that you're eminem fan it means lyrical like liberal. Stan is. That's become vernacular more than it is extremely. From what? Comic. Yeah. But I wouldn't call I'm not I'm not. I appreciate what Eminem was doing in his time, but it's not really for me. I'm telling me you weren't on that. I pack a sit back with this pack of zigzags and you run on that show on that shit no sweaty. On a sweat already. Telling me tell me wasn't that what I'd never meant to give you mushrooms girl lifted up around that time. Yeah I should to pay nobody case is really heavy. Mad At that you guys here speaking of. The Don I are `introducing. UNFOR-. Supposed to talk about this weekend. So we don and I got asked to via zoom 'cause it's fucking the apocalypse be a part of the IHEART. Awards what do they call it? Yeah, music awards. And dollar introducing. And we need the fans help thinking of how we should. I think it'd be good if it was like an inside joke or maybe down you dance because you dance. So well, I got an idea it'd be like this would be like this next artist needs no introduction but to give you a hint down the both going to do one of his signature dance moves right and then gone you do some insane fucking move and then I'm like here I go and then like no psych, I'm not trying to do that and. Now. You're making me dance and then we're back at that whole conversation that we had before about how the West Wing didn't make Delay Hill dance I know but you're such a good dancer. I wish the West. Wing and made you Lael. Sloppy bag is your nickname that I giving you in this episode, which is Hilarious I have no idea where my sloppy bags I don't know I see. We were out and everyone got hammered. You weren't invited for some reason and I ended up nicknames for everybody and last back. Your study bag and walk off and it goes slap back. But the fact that you the fact that you said to all of the guys and Turkish sloppy bags and everybody goes oh I, totally see it. He's totally slapping bags. Some bullshit did the first time in a janitor ever talks the Cox is in this episode speaking of things that happened the Cox even asks who are you. Who the hell are you and he goes a man with a saw. Neil no story like neal's entire storylines of is that he has a saw. This might have been like this might have gotten to the point in the riders dramatic. Just, fucking give Neil cordless saw it'll be funny and he'll make up shit dude the fact that. He has no storyline. Historic Line is the has us all right and at one point he contemplates cutting his thumb off because he has nothing to do with the song. Yeah, and then he cuts my arm often plays out. Apple teeny. I mean talking `bout momentous moments the first time I would or not easy on the teeny. Teeny is this the first time we ever hear that jd this is the very first time that a JD orders apple teeny. You're highlighting that I'm a Dork and I should just embrace it and and not try and be something that I'm not everyone in this episode, as we said is is sort of like struggling with trying to be something that they aren't and. And and. And so my character, your your coaching, just be who you are, and then I'm like, okay apple teeny easy on the teeny. Shout, which made me happy. anything new edition always makes me happy. One of my favorite things growing up was new edition. I don't think. Sarah knew the song poison at this point that girl really voice? Yeah. Because the way she sings it. Doesn't sound like she knows it like John Curley is poised in. No, but she's like she's like kind of unsure where's judy is like the song goes poise. And they do a kind of slow. But Judy can really sing whereas Sarah Briggs glasses like when the. Song Maybe Sarah New Song. I don't know. I don't know that never trust them I don't know if never trust a big button a smile was. Just put out there. I've always trusted a big button a smile and it's gotten mean a lot of trouble. On that note, we need to take a break. Right our caller is here back Lauren. You excited we're getting you're going to experience the call maybe the caller will have a question for Lauren. We don't. We know we don't know what's going to happen but. 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Looks like it is a hospital, you're not going to be able to handle that last name Donald don't try it what's happening here. Tiffany Lila. Say Difficulty. I'm hoping he hasn't been some kind of emergency. There's probably an emergency feeling. Well, he's brought a coffee. Too Well Joel brought on someone who works in the hospital and they random and emergency there's nobody there cardiology. Timmy way. Tiffany. Guy For. Those of you who can't see obviously, we're looking at what looks like an empty room I goes a woman just walked by Joel. This is not a shining moment if only she knew what's on the computer screen behind her She's not connecting to her audio. It doesn't even look like they're they're. Headphones hold on. Let me just. Waving. Hurt. Are you tiffany. She can't even hear here. This is the best you frozen lady WHO's not moving. She's inside grubbs while she didn't. Wait. down. Staring at the computer like what's going on her? Her very where the fuck is tiffany. Donald Visa. Well we don't know. We don't. We don't know what's happening. She lives uses she sitting there going is is that is that Joel Money? Oh my gosh. Here we go I turn on your audio. Name. Hi Tiffany By. Emergency Joined Clinton's. Hey. Where are you? Where are you where alert? Wow. Love it. But you're in what state On the breaker. Do it out. So everybody can hear that you are not working right now. We're supposed to be saying happy birthday to Eric Thomas. Yes he need is walk into a patient's room so. Are you guys dealing with like crazy Kobe Shit right now. branded. You guys are over. Yeah I hear that I thought you I. Thought you had a beard and moustache what your mask because it's black and then He's made. A week tiffany. Love this low. You? Know. Is. Tiffany. Is this a surprise for somebody? It was, but it didn't work out that way. Okay. So do you have a question for us or do you have to run off work? Are you a nurse or a doctor? I can't tell what's happening over there. I got a second. Okay Well. Still. Tiffany. Well, Tiffany Do. You have a question for us or or it's any aspect of your life that we have in Lawrence from E. News on what? We have a very fancy reporter here who can also answer tiffany. You're also on E. News right now bet you. Know We. We were wondering we're. Relationships between. You guys in. So how'd Y'all keep that straight? Even watching the. Now L. are wearing close if. When you say, how do we keep that straight? Do you mean like how do we not slip over into being? Gay Gay. I mean. Between. You know between Sarah and all the other characters like come on. Time together a close. Behind the scene. Oh no girl come on. Okay. So I learned a long time ago never. Tell Yeah. Well. Not, only that never shit where you eat and that can cause a lot of problems is that what goes on? Tiffany? Is that what goes on at the Tiffany lots of? Going on. At your hospital right now. You know. There's a senior. You know because we knew we we were told would training to do the the TV show that lots of doctors and nurses and people in the hospital. They're they're late nights, lots of romances occur. Yes. It's rumored too. Much on our show. There wasn't a lot of romances in. The stunt people fell in love the some people that fell in love the sound department and the Grip Department got married. They have kids now teddy in awe. One of our rooms. That's famous video right Were part of the proposal. I love that there are there are relationships that have gone on to become. Yeah that's that have started from. That have started from the work environment that we had at scrubs. But as far as me Zach Sarah Judy. Not It's Like. Zach's my brother I don't Wanna I don't Wanna I don't WanNa. Caitlyn caught feelings I'm feeling for you. Yet, but never took it to the next level like we know. Because we don't shit where we eat. Right we don't shit where we eat. We kept the ADS. You, my Tiffany Tiffany I. Think you might be a good candidate. Have US fix your life because this is a very new segment that we do on the podcast and we've got from E. News with us and we have. She is no longer to fix your life now, tiffany. Anything anything in your life that's going on, it could be a relationship issue. It could be anything that you need help with. We are here and we're going to give you advice and fix it for you right now. It could be something big or small. We Donald are trained fake doctors. Have we have we have lauren here. Who's a very smart oh wait. Is it your birthday today? Yesterday. Thanks. The Big Waspy birtles four Oh. You're regulations congratulations. Thank you and the words of Stevie. Wonder. Happy Birthday to. Talk? To happy. Day What's going on over there? What type of medical establishment are you guys all working in? This cardiology. Clinic. Vic-. So when you when you had to go see a patient that that person really needed some attention, there wasn't like. You. Well, some of these just follow ups they come back once a year Chankong Dame's. Preventative stuff. So well, listen we've gotten to the point of this show where we wanna fix one of your guys lives if Tiffany, do you have something needs fixing or or maybe one of your friends? And? No we just school started over here. Miami and big stressor right now. Do you guys all have children. Those. Guys are all having to deal with day care while you're away and allies. We had. Gone through and you still to come to work. Yeah. You guys are all essential workers also. So there's there's how old are your are your kids tiffany? Mine are ten and seven. And are they able to attend a school in person these days are. So they're going to score. So yeah. So that helps then doesn't it? So that helps though then doesn't it that helps But. It wasn't like that for a while. So you guys were were you guys doing to? Combat. Not Having I mean we had multiple babysitters. I went to three of them. while. Your daycare daycares open so That's really hard and and how do you feel because you're in the medical profession with that being back at schools? Do you do you are does that make you anxious or do you feel that? that. They'll be safe there and the precautions that the school is taking enough. Mean I. Hope I'm hoping you know we like now we're all over everything we're ready for instance. Over Get back to normal life. That's tough. You in the medical profession, you guys all know how difficult that's going to be to get back to normal any they'll be. I think I don't necessarily think there'll be what it was before. Like. But Yeah. No I hear. You imagine it's I imagine it's a relief to have the kids back in school and not have to worry about you know who's taking care of them while you're at work. Your Closet I. Think I was when I said that I was. Listening on. Newspaper now but. It doesn't work fast I wish it worked at fast. I wish life move that fast I wish people were like I wish money came to people that quick. I wish life was that way you know no. Well tiffany you can't be the sound quality that comes out of Donald's walk in closet. It sounds great rich and warm. That's true. That is true. Do you WanNa introduce your friends that you got what you right now. What's happening? I have to say I grew up watching scrubs when I was in medical school inside Good relief. We we sit around all of us and Washington see the ups and downs. And so. New. Young twenty year old employees. So we make. We make them watch grows. They're not the Fans Ju- really the Fan. I mean I. I was well when it came out. You make me so young. So we're down nine. Thank you so much. Well I. Don't know that we can fix your your life because that's the problem you brought up a Donald. This might be the first time. We're not able to fix someone's life because. I'm going be fixed why we just talked to her about her conundrum with her children going yeah and I think that right there was enough for her to be like I. Feel better about it all and yeah. Yeah. Tiffany you're. Welcome you're welcome you're. Under Supplies Dan I will we gotTA GET GOIN'. Thank you guys for coming on the show. I'm glad we were able to fix all of your lives and and. Okay. Joel. A, bit of a disaster. That woman that woman with all with all due respect she seemed legitimately bothered and annoyed to be having. Shy and maybe a little overwhelmed to be in your celebrity. She kept doing doing this Joel. Joel. Our try harder dot me worth I'm getting a time when you're schedule actually okay. No, and they were she had nothing prepared. She didn't really have a question other than did we all sleep with each other and then she was gone for Josh wondering who got down with who yeah and then you know she didn't really have anything that we could fix because we can't fix corona sadly. If, only we could if only do better next week, we've got good stuff planned for you A.. J. D. walking down the hall saying hi to everyone after becoming popular for after throwing jd after throwing Turk under the bus. You know what that reminds me of can't find love. I remember Kim can't buy me love. You'll never seen camera. Tabby any of you guys camp on me love. Yeah. Yes Cindy Money Lauren have you seen it? Anyway. It's about a kid who becomes popular after he pays the most popular girl in school to go out with him, right? Right. And the day. So they she agrees to do it in they date for a one month and at the end of the month, he's so popular and they agree at the end of the month that they they break up. Right but he's so popular at this point that she's kind of caught feelings for him. School really likes them. So they break up and she says to him, you know just whatever you do be yourself tomorrow because you now this infamous single guy, you're now the famous single guy in high school. And he walks into the school acting exactly like jd that's right I'm here some big sack Oh let me give you a high five do and giving everybody. Hugs and he has his own handshake with everyone and everything like that now, and it was that moment that j DB. When watching this I was like Holy Shit Jd for popularity becomes the biggest asshole. Just. To be popular, he's really really they went. They went to his head it went to his head like it like that. All he needed was somebody to say Oh shit you're not the weakest Lincoln this group Turkish is the weakest link because he'd like dance. You know and then and then it ends funny. You mentioned the Navy's movie because it reminded me at the end of sixteen candles when Anthony Michael Hall is King of the nerds right him in John Cusak. His Bennett and his group is him yeah. Like nerd posse. and. One other dude. Yeah. Yeah and then like that when the episode ends with like Johnny Castle asking me for my nasal spray and we did show actually was funny I was sitting on the Dalai remember they were like, how are we going to get him to re levitated and and you know the camera Dolly we put the camera on has a silent hydraulic lift to it so you can raise the camera silently and I just sat. I remember they put like a little cushion on it and I just sat on the on the end of the Dalai is I rise up and I'm like, I, am King of the door or whatever it was and It reminded me of that moment of in sixteen candles were Anthony Mike, Ulcer King of the nerds Anthony Michael Hall's King Urging Sixteen candles for some horrible reason but we won't get into that. Let's also talk about? J. K. and WHO's the guy helping jk when they're moving Kelso's office who? Who was the guy because he was with us for God his name he was another a regular. Yeah and also did you notice when there's a shot in the when Aloma is when everyone sort of looking at Kelso's? Portrait that says he's dead. Now there was a shot of a bunch of our regulars. You had mick head and you had a deontay yeah. And there was somebody else I wrote down oh. Yeah. Within while obviously, there was like whole bunch of irregulars there yet it may take getting more and more screen time as the show evolves MC MC head turns out to be one of bills assassins for this episode he always came through with the right way of saying his jokes and the his lines were all. He never overdid it for these episode you said for this episode, you mean. I'm sorry for the. he he becomes. Just for all the fans out there who who've watched the show just watch how. Much. More screen time Mick head gets as he's introduced as had. He just you know frank was one of those guys that never overcooked it and he never undercooked it. He always stayed on point and so. Now is the time you'll start seeing him more and more in the show from from this moment on. All right. That's the show gang and we did it I think I think Lauren had I mean Lauren is it safe to say that you had an enjoyable experience? This is amazing. If I was watching the podcast and they kept forgetting that was like. An interactive podcast lawns. We're glad you're here and and thank you are amazing. Producer a Joel, and of course, Danell even though you know dwells allowed a misfire with guests every now and then guys. Fault that guess were unprepared. I'm sure they've been emailing her nonstop on some stuff. I felt like that woman would have had no different attitude. If she was taking one of those dmv courses where you've gotten too many points in, you have to like go through the fucking checklist I feel like. I feel like. I feel like I feel like when doctor said when the guys said I grew up on scrubs and make everybody watch it. She was one of those people that he makes one. Honestly believe that's Is True but. I feel like she was I don't mean that everyone has to be like if you save in excited to be on the show, but it's hard to get on the show Joel fields, hundreds of emails. I think when we finally pick someone, they should at least seem seventy interested in the show. I will I will say this no Mug for her no money. Car. In fact Joel. Pick up a mug and smashes on the ground. Could've been yours tiffany. You. Not, only not only not sending your Mug Joel I want what would have been her mug smashed. And then Joel Take I. Want you to take one of those big doctors real friends masks and and burn it and just burn your firebird Gosh. Good Lord. Awaiting guys do you guys hear the fucking Merch? We have coming we have. Beach towels coming. We have wash cloths. Coming talks. We're talking about wrapping paper. How grant would it be this? Chris this Hanukkah rouse yourself enough this this Kwanza to wrap your present for your family members this Rosh Hashanah to wrap. Presence on Rosh. Hashanah. Don't. But no you can stick. What about Ramadan did they give presents Ramadan? I. Don't know either but. Google. Really. Need to get up on our on our religious holidays amen. Amen. Amen. Listen I plead Toby Sebastian on here one show number one lover and everybody. Loved it got such great feedback and so I thought we'd play another jam another hot jam by Toby, Sebastian called trained to Mexico really good song And It's on my workout playlist and on my party play Lewis and I think you guys are really like it. So thank you everybody Lauren. Thank you for being here Dan Joe L. U. Rule as always Donald I miss you so much. I can't wait watch you swim in person and not on my Security Camera Zach know when you come home of course, you have to bubble for a little bit because to travel and all that stuff but I can't wait till. We are back in a bubble together again I am going to I'm probably GonNa just just mount you I'm GonNa. Mount you on. Once it's once it's once it's time. And I will accept and receive said Mount. said. All right. Guys, we love you all, and here is the very talented Toby Sebastian trained to Mexico. Three hundred miles live. Gross it flow. You. Think. I'm big. into. The. This. City. Not. John. Back. Back. Alabama. David. You Know Zach. It's hard to start a small business. I wanted to create a donut fact recalled Donny's donuts. But you know what recipes are difficult. 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Introducing Call Backs, Top 5 Luxuries That Are Worth The Money, and Dream Road Trip Crew

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Introducing Call Backs, Top 5 Luxuries That Are Worth The Money, and Dream Road Trip Crew

"It's another addition of KFC radio on the Barstool sports network. We are into week six of quarantine here and as as more more personal stories and personal tales of quarantine comes out I think we've seen the good the bad and the ugly of Corona virus lockdown. And I think that what what some might view as a good thing. I think would be our absolute nightmare of a quarantine and is the blog that you wrote earlier today with this entire island of hippies in Panama stuck at the side trance festival. Oh Oh just that combination of words makes me WANNA puke. I watched the video. I'm trying to find a place to sit. I watched the the documentary about it. It is like a it's like a college quad from helps like even in college. At least hippies are still kinda hot right where it's like. You know you still have your use your body you have I Dunno fucking get the. They're always come together. You can have access to showers. This is this is like it's a college quad. Accept it takes out even the the very few good parts of college quad. They are Frisbees here. It was just a deep there. Looked like there was one scene where they were all fucking marching around some firepit and everyone was gone. It looked like if if I switch was in the Caribbean it look look coming in hot. I mean he's just the body types with by people who haven't been eating and just just I just look at it. Look my my vipers salt. When I'm just being honest here my first thought when I saw it was looks like you're in a concentration camp repairs that be that might not be corona island of quarantine related. That just is kind of the standard hippie body. That's how they work. Because they're all like vegans or if they eat sunlight or whatever the fuck new new crazes But this definitely feels. This feels to me more like a real life fire fest where like not. There aren't wasn't real but it was like they were. They were trapped there for a little bit and you know it was more about like how the festival was a scam. This is just like you're stuck on a on an island or Panama. Whatever and and I mean. What's what's stopping. There's no flights out. There's no there's no travel Panamanian government military's on on site now and keeping them there. It's fucking. It looks off but the point like the concerts still trying to go on so like there's still a DJ up there. It's a bunch of people who look like they're they have the enthusiasm of someone at like a local performer at a children's birthday and get in it. Only there aren't kids there and these people are just sitting there like which I at Huckabee normal life at had at damn kids and growing in Cincinnati like this is like a big J. O. Kherson in the Winnie the Pooh Alpha. Just an entertaining was like when I started. We were worried about. We'RE GONNA have cleaning products in food like dude you'RE GONNA fuck inside. Trans whatever that means. You're unique acid in. That's it yeah I don't. I don't have much sympathy for them. Because it's not like they signed up for some like cookie five star SPA treatment. You went to a place called side Trans in Panama I. I'm surprised I'm surprised. They even know something's going on. I feel like again. This is just this is just like we stayed a little longer than we were supposed to do a little. I think he was like I think the concert was supposed to star or at least some employees got daily March ten on March fifteenth. They're like hey what's up out there in the world like what's going on here it's fucking. It's the acid again. I don't know much about side trans. I imagined acid is the glue that holds together the belief that you're having a good time without acid I feel it go the whole charade just right right in my underwear on in a jungle Yeah I could imagine the comedown from from like a festival weekend at side trance when the acid trip ends is like the ultimate Sunday's Gary's just going back to regular world and when I say like most of the time it's like oh You know when you come back from a Caribbean vacation you have to go back to quote unquote the real world. I am talking about your brain returning from the ultimate ultimate dimension. That it was in you are now coming back to the real world and that has got to be a bitch not stuck intense with not hours with your This is not how I even back somewhere where you went. Ulysses a blast fucked up camera sucks can only but now it's your life and your pride. We tried a couple times when I lived in hoboken. We did when I first moved to hoboken and we didn't hoboken. Saint Pat's so is the first Saturday March. We wake up at six. Am restart greatest thing ever and we all had the bright idea in like June to try it again. We just pick a random Saturday. We were like. Why don't we do? This is all time. And you can't you can't recapture those things. It has to be spur of the moment. Because when you come back to reality it is as painful as it gets It's the polar opposite of the. We never talked about the couple in the Maldives. They had it made although they were going broke. Did you ever hear about this couple now? They were on their honeymoon in the Maldives. That's where you get those huts over the water and it's like completely isolated. You live on the Water Hut and they bring you all your meals. They bring you everything and they were. They were safe but stupid. They went on there. They went on their honeymoon like pretty late but it was before there was any bands or anything like that and they were. They were debating like cutting it short and getting out of town. They were told it would be okay and all of a sudden South Africa. Shut it down so we are no longer doing any flights. That's where they're from south South Africa and they were the last people at the resort but the resort has a rule. That as long as there's any buddy as a guest the entire staff has to stay. Which kind of sounds ridiculous like given the circumstances? I think you can change. The rules didn't end so they gave him a discounted rate but they were still just racking up like nightly fees and they were like. We're GONNA go borough doing this but we don't have a choice right now. So we're just making the best of it and they had the entire staff the chefs the like the party. People like they were refilling. Their drinks playing music cooking them meals and the staff so that they all wanted like stuff to do because otherwise they're standing around so they were happy to do it and they were just honest extended. Honeymoon the only people in the Maldives just getting had waited on hand and foot living in their hut just fucking and living in the lap luxury for an extra like two weeks. Yeah but goes those things like kind of like the side translating those connected with nature living in a hot and being one with the earth things those those spoil quick who can't go on vacations like that because if something crazy happens like a worldwide pandemic and your hugging mother. Earth is nice for three days pretty quickly. Your is this just the needy bitch and I. I don't WanNa be around her anymore. Although I would say that you know literally the safest place on Earth to be in. A pandemic is the isolated islands of the Maldives. I don't think anybody in the Maldives had it. Because it's so it's so secluded that whole thing to me. It looks awesome and I think I would be. I would love it for like one night. When you're those Hudson literally distill Sir in the water and you're probably laying down at night and you can hear the the water lapping up against the wood. And it's like peaceful and quiet awesome amazing incredible like wait disconnect yet and you're on your honeymoon you fuck your wife and you just soak in whatever and then like after maybe thirty six hours. They'd be like I wanNA go on twitter. I WANNA watch TV. I want to get like McDonald's. I don't need to eat this like freshly prepared fish. You just caught from underneath my house every night so I can see it being cool but not not for like a two week thing and certainly not for like an extended month. Nothing IS COOL FOR TWO WEEKS. Not Anything in the world. That's like every day for two weeks you're GONNA wake up and be excited for. It is what you need. That's the variety all that stuff if you're just like oh it's the same fucking Doesn't matter if you're in paradise is the same folk thing. I'd rather just be on a couch. I we did Italy and Greece for our honeymoon and two weeks and we broke it up so like first week. Italy's Greece and like we bounced around a little bit so there was always like something new but by the end of it I was like I want and I was going back to like my shitty life but I was like I wanna get home. I need to be back in my apartment where I have bad water pressure. Where you know the the radiator doesn't work where all that shit because I just can't be in fake life away from everything so that long it just doesn't work the the the Cutler Cavalry family was doing that In the Bahamas where they were claiming they were stuck in. The whole world was like I think you just think you just soaking in an extra vacation and I feel like it would only be logical to gas that something hit the fan there but rip to one of the greatest. Celebrity couples ever really cuts deep. This was one of those. Love is dad moments for me I. It was one of those but also is one of the backing hindsight's twenty twenty. It's like all those time. Jay was incredibly disinterested. We Right now right now and I'm right might have seen this one coming. Jay got famous on reality. Tv for not giving a shit about what his wife's at twenty and and get it and Larry's laws of I love Jay but like if you spent twenty four days with someone at twenty eight days long and you're not really interested in them. It becomes pretty clear pretty quick but how about ten years of him being like. I don't give a shit about your friends. Your company your clothes. You make up your hair in the air. I mean the dude dude. Catchphrase is dull care not exactly a recipe for women loving it. The it's like That but also was celebrity level. I feel we're going to see us a lot. A lot of celebrity breakups in in Corentin couple breakup period Yeah of course but like a celebrity couple in even to a higher extent because even especially like when you're on quarantine. You're not together. That often your film and move wars. You're off like you are together as you know. Obviously not in a celebrity relationship. But I feel like you're together a lot less than a regular relationship that's all. It is kind of busy at least a hint of business in every I think there are celebrities who are genuinely in love. No doubt but there's always a little part of it will be good for the brand of at least thought Yup and then when you does any time together and when you finally this is the brand is not worth this guy from the side transversal. That's why when when people like when people think of when they say love is dad or whatever like I just jokingly did you got the real you cannot compare your relationship to a celebrity relationship in any way shape or form because it is just not even remotely close to realize and I think they tried to. I think both ways I think that like Jay Cutler was sitting around be like Oh my God. This is what it's like for you guys like every day with your wife all the time like I'm coming into retirement because a quarantine I'm Gonna I'm GonNa put the pads back on my life at risk again just to get away because this is crazy town are i. E to I mean cutler is a Casey Radio Barstool legends. Who I mean. Yeah he's like the reason why we loved him is probably the reason why his significant other. Not the IT'S A. It's a shame and a shock to learn that relationships where you mail your wife. The engagement ring are batting zero. Wait THEY CLARIFIED. 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We were saying last week how we actually haven't been doing all the things that we kind of expected to do during quarantine and I finally I finally got back on the TV horse in the form of a show that I think is very interesting. So we're going to do a little throwback Barstool Dvr here to talk about a couple Couple TV shows that neither of US have watched. Actually but I think are fascinating in the world TV. I'm finally diving in to better call Saul and when I say diving in I mean. I'm taking the shortcut. I'm taking the easy way out the cliff notes version and I just watched the recap ten minutes with the cast of better call Saul recapping the first three seasons. All I've seen on twitter recently people saying how great season five of better call Saul was how it's better than breaking bad. How everybody who jumped ship is an idiot and how everyone who kept up has been rewarded with a better Vince Gilligan. Show then breaking bad and I just can't stand all that talk and so I decided to dive in but I'm not watching. Three seasons of what everybody seems to admit is mediocre television. I'm not doing it. I cannot waste thirty hours in front of the TV when there's plenty of shit to watch to play a classics. I could always dive into new shit funny reality stuff just a million different things like a watch right now other than slow ass. Jimmy McGill at his dumb brother wrapped up in fucking tinfoil. But I find it to be a very fascinating. Larry for like seasons of that like in season two like this is the greatest character development ever seen in my life is the greatest. Karen involvement took thirty fucking years this side. You WanNa Watch it. It's it forever. Then yes you can do great pageant Melvin. You're just watching. Someone like character Elvin has to happen in a vacuum. It can't happen in real time. You need great. Carry Out. Development happens in. Interestingly but it happens in a manner that understands the aspect of fucking time watching it reality Yes yes I mean. Think about You know if you watch a movie a one time. Two hour movie you can have great character development right. There are people who are like. Oh man the beginning of that movie and the end of that movie character developed so much. That was one sitting. So you don't need to have it be you know actual real time years of development but I it's fascinating because it's like I don't deny that maybe we'll find out I'M GONNA. I'M GONNA get there soon enough and it sounds like season five. Is Gus fring and coming? You know. Meeting Walter White and bringing it back to the modern day breaking bad. I'm sure that's awesome but like where. What's the line between acceptable amounts of put up with it? Because there's a reason why ninety it's felt like ninety percent of people fell off on breaking bad and maybe that's exaggerating 'cause it sounds like there's also a lot of people talking now on twitter that they stuck with it but even the people who like it we'll tell me the first three seasons are not that good white sox. Dave was a sounds like a die hard fan. He was like you need to watch the first are- seasons. It can't be that good right like like where where is the Acceptable amount of tolerate a Because people throughout the buzzwords it's a slow burn it character development. It's you know it's it's like it's not immediate satisfaction. You need to eat to be patient. I get all that and I've watched plenty of shows that do that but there's a reason why me you and a ton of other people who really really liked television gave up on on better call. Saul like years ago. Something happened right. Yeah I still lived in Boston. I gave upon it so that right. I mean that's a long time ago for me. I know the Chuck McGill Allergic to electricity. People tell me that ended up being so much different than it really was and that he ended up being a good character. I'm like fine. That may be true but episode after episode of this dude afraid of light bulbs just was not doing it for me. So you know I think and people also say to me I thought how could you be? Vince? Gilligan Fan and not like better call Saul I'm not one of these people that just blanket everything that someone does. I loved breaking bed that show that he did on. Cbs after breaking bad ended soft. What was it that one? Yeah exactly it was like it was like It was two words. It was you know a cop show that like just was not good at all and I I remember Battle Creek. Remember that at all no recollection. What's right I mean I? It was like right after when you hear down Vince. Gill people for some reason. Saint Breaking bad was a slow burn. That is completely false. That's one of the worst narratives that have happened to television. Oh Wendy's breaking bad exciting like in episode. Do they're killing people? Never I never had a US. It starts off with fucking the gun and the the my name is welcome. White is not initially guilt. Yada Yada Yada. I don't know but one or two with end up killing all those guys with the poison gas but like pretty quickly April. What's his name I mean yeah. There was eight ball to go. I don't remember who was who live in the basement but like they kill is too and then try to dissolve the body. That's fucking that is not a slow burn. The re quickly when when Jesse gets covered in the body falls through the bucket bathtub and I mean I don't know maybe that's just me. I remember watching breaking bad real time. I never once was like oh I got stick it out through this and people who ask me like when does break bad? Get good if it's a show that I that I think was amazing. And you're saying that to me this is not for you. Don't watch it I. I'm not going to be offended. People who take it personally like. Why don't you like the show? If you're bored by this then somebody said to me. Recently I think they were like Wendy's always sunny get funny and I was like rubber. That show right off the bat totally fine. I don't I don't understand your sense of humor but that show is not for you because it gets funny immediately and I thought breaking bad was good immediately and I think that maybe better call Saul was a victim of its of of how good we know it can be like if I go into a show. That's that's the development of a lawyer from like a good lawyer to a criminal lawyer. That's interesting when I know that eventually we're going to be talking about drug cartels and death and murder and all that shit and were busy talking about like the INS and outs of law firm. Yeah like I can go dude. So maybe it was a victim like Gus fring. GimMe Mike Urban Trout and even right now so I'm only a couple of pilots four or five episodes into season four after cutting through season. Three and I've been told that the other non breaking bad characters will get better but I have never seen a show. That's a clear. Divide like when when the McGill characters are on the screen. It's fucking snooze fest. And then they cut to Gus fring they cut to Donald Audio and Don Juan and and the Salamanca's the twins are back. It's awesome. It's you're giving me breaking bed but half the show is just not that so they say racy That now Ryan seaborn. We'll go see bunches of the Blanco. Oh yeah okay so I guess she gets. Awesome Alan Point yes. I've seen a lot of praise verbally like one of the greatest characters in television history. This and that might be the case but boy did it take a long fucking time to get there so I am not like I will fully admit that when I sit down. I'm being going into it like I don't have an open mind because I'm kind of like I'm very skeptical of the show. I find it very interesting. How good it can be but also how boring it can be. And I think it's just interesting case. Study for prequels and all and the lake where it's like You know what's why why even bother. Why not just get right into saw goodman? How much development is too too much development and all that shit so the people take it like super personal like they wrote better call Saul who can admit like I mean it? It's slow and slow is not always good though. It's not always good. Slow sometimes just fucking it. It goes through to if I if I stayed on. I would one thousand percent be a I stuck it out yet. It's a slow burn you right? I didn't stay on. Saddam saying skipping. Bill Shit right now with with the wire the wire has not grabbed me. And I'm scared to say 'cause I'm almost done with seasons one it's started at the beginning of quarantine and I'm almost done with season. One season one usually takes fucking three days. Yeah that ain't good. That's not a good sign. That's why I just wish we could people get so passionate about TV the way they almost do about sports. So it's very hard to have like a like a level-headed discussion. But there's something about these shows like the wire when you haven't seen it you try to go back. It doesn't seem to grasp people on a big scale individually. Some people like it. But something about it. Hold you back something about break. Better Call Saul. Kinda SUCKS THE BEGINNING. Something about you know these shows that just like I'd love a separate wall person or somebody to dig into. It'd be like pinpoint what the reasoning is because It's just it's obviously there's something it's not just like. Oh people you don't you. Don't appreciate good TV. I do something about this show. That doesn't capture you. I don't know what it is and you feel like such an idiot when you're like when it is universally considered like top five show of all time. Why isn't it good right? I feel bad about myself. But what's your taste John? We'll should taste. I've liked all the other shows. Everyone likes but for some reason. This was just not hit not there. Yeah last night was the series finale of homeland. Port told me he. He dove back in last thing. He wants a marathon yesterday. The whole season and watch the finale last night and he said you don't need any of the middle the middle seasons like they just Kinda Cut. The bullshit went right back to what made homeland homeland. It's all CIA stuff. No No Dana. No family shed and he. He swears that it got to act like old school homeland which season one of homeland. I'll put up against any TV show ever and even the first couple of seasons eventually once once they the problem was they thought they were going to kill. Brody had a hit on their hands. Didn't kill brody and then we're kind of like what the fuck do we do? And you could tell in the writing that they were like shit but that the first the first initial season and a couple of seasons they knocked out of the park and season I guess it season like eight by now if that final season is anything like the early ones. It can't be it it. I'll watch you give any and so I I honestly didn't know I saw today. I think like homeland stuff. I didn't rose back so let's not a good sign. That's a bad sign so I'm GonNa do it too. I love ice. I think I've seen every homeland. Except for the newsies. I fell off picked up when Quinn became like the focus and he was like the most bad ass character on TV and then kind of fell off again But clearly that's a show that should just wrapped much much earlier and would have been in the Pantheon of great TV shows but they tried to milk it and try to draw it out. And I'm sure there's actually get convoke against you. Get Your paycheck. Yeah that if you if I wrote a show right great show. I wrote a show. And you're like look we can end it right now. One season and you will be remembered as legend or we can do seven more seasons and you can get a Lamborghini you alleged having a dope fucking car that would make the alleged hosted together. Don't you were giving ten minutes ago nucleus employer? There's a scene in in better call. Saul. I watch those Mike. Urban Trout is going to a like a grief. Alcoholics anonymous like grief counseling type of group and he calls this one guy out for being a fraud. And it's like I mean Mike. Trout does things to me that I mean no woman no woman could could good. Batch is my favorite TV character ever by a mile so give me any tastes to him similar to Mandy Patinkin for you and I'll take it but God I wish we could have just like cut cut out all the other bullshit and better call Saul just for that because it would have been to me. It would have been just as good as breaking bad but slow in on. Mandy Patinkin that. I STILL WATCH CRIMINAL MINDS ON SEASON. Thirteen just as he was in the. I Not. The idea was good enough to do two seasons. I'll watch on TV. Watch it. Maybe thinking I'll finish up four and five of better call Saul and I'll and I'll report back but you know there's just something wrong with this show that if you can jump around like that and still get the vibe. It's fucking doing here. You know but breaking bad is for sure my number one show ever probably in my top five. Today is Tuesday. We Got Casey Radio Top. Five Tuesday for you. It's brought to you by death. Wish coffee I cannot give a better cosign than death. Wish coffee turning me into a little bit of a coffee person. Today I popped open a lightly. Sweetened cold brew can took it down and I've been. I've been ready to go today. Man That's that's not. My style is late last night. I was jacked up after the last dance. 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